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Osakis students celebrate Drive Your Tractor to School Day 

Drive Your Tractor to School Day is a long-standing tradition that's held as part of the National Future Farmers of America Week.

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Osakis students who participated in Drive Your Tractor to School Day gathered for a group photo.
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OSAKIS — The Osakis FFA and members of the high school participated in "Drive Your Tractor to School Day" on Friday, May 20.
The elementary and high school students of Osakis had the opportunity to go outside and look at the tractors that showed up. Hailey Nierling, Osakis agriculture teacher and FFA advisor
said it was a fun way to celebrate the end of a great year for FFA.
Drive Your Tractor to School Day is a long-standing tradition that's held as part of the National Future Farmers of America Week, which takes place in February, and the Minnesota FFA state convention that took place April 24-26.

Osakis elementary students check out one of the tractors the high school students drove to school on May 20.
Osakis Elementry Students enjoying the high schoolers tractors.<br/>
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Osakis students parked their tractors in a line at the Osakis High School on May 20.
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