Express seeking Winters FFA memories

Winters FFA jackets hang at the Yolo County Fair in August 2019. Photo by Taylor Buley/Winters Express

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The Winters FFA program has been a tradition and long-standing Winters High School program for decades. 

Next month, the Winters Express is celebrating National FFA Week (Feb 19 -26) by sharing your memories and photos from past Winters FFA experiences. 

Editorial staff members will be looking through community photo and memory submission to select a few to share in a special section of an upcoming edition.

Original photos and Winters FFA memories will be printed based on clarity of photo and that clearly depicts Winters FFA happenings. The more details provided including date (year at minimum) and any names of individuals in the photo.

Staff is looking to share information on the history of the program and it’s transition over the years. Any community members who would like to submit information are invited to submit it via the same memory submission form.

All submitted photo entries may be published in an online gallery on the WE  website and potentially be featured on our Facebook page. 

Individuals 13 years old and up are eligible to enter. The entries must be submitted online using the form at

All memories and photo entries are due on Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 11:59 p.m. to be considered for publication.

Winters FFA Memories Submission

  • Tell us your about your favorite memories of Winters FFA. Why did you stay involved? What did you gain from the experience?
  • Photo Information

    We welcome your high resolution photos. Photo is optional. Having trouble with the form? Email us at
  • We welcome your high-resolution color photo.
  • Tell us about what is going on in this photo and any associated memory you want to share with the community about it.
  • Tell us when this photo was taken. If exact date is unavailable share which month (example: April 1974, mid-June 1998).
  • Contact Information

  • First and Last name
  • Used only to contact with questions.

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