McClain FFA helps hurricane victims


The McClain FFA Chapter held its first community service project Tuesday, Sept. 12. The members of the chapter prepared meals and distributed them around the community in order to raise money for the Harvey Flood victims in Texas. The meals included smoked pork, green beans, macaroni and cheese, a roll, cookies and water. The price of the meal was $7. Three hundred individuals from the community ordered meals, raising $2,100. Thank you to Craig and Amy Faulconer, Catch 22, Ian and Angie Trefz, Save A Lot, and the surrounding community for purchasing meals. The chapter appreciates the unwavering support of the community and its help in the inspiring task of impacting these victims.


The McClain FFA Chapter held its first community service project Tuesday, Sept. 12. The members of the chapter prepared meals and distributed them around the community in order to raise money for the Harvey Flood victims in Texas. The meals included smoked pork, green beans, macaroni and cheese, a roll, cookies and water. The price of the meal was $7. Three hundred individuals from the community ordered meals, raising $2,100. Thank you to Craig and Amy Faulconer, Catch 22, Ian and Angie Trefz, Save A Lot, and the surrounding community for purchasing meals. The chapter appreciates the unwavering support of the community and its help in the inspiring task of impacting these victims.

The McClain FFA Chapter held its first community service project Tuesday, Sept. 12. The members of the chapter prepared meals and distributed them around the community in order to raise money for the Harvey Flood victims in Texas. The meals included smoked pork, green beans, macaroni and cheese, a roll, cookies and water. The price of the meal was $7. Three hundred individuals from the community ordered meals, raising $2,100. Thank you to Craig and Amy Faulconer, Catch 22, Ian and Angie Trefz, Save A Lot, and the surrounding community for purchasing meals. The chapter appreciates the unwavering support of the community and its help in the inspiring task of impacting these victims.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/09/web1_McClain-FFA-pic.jpgThe McClain FFA Chapter held its first community service project Tuesday, Sept. 12. The members of the chapter prepared meals and distributed them around the community in order to raise money for the Harvey Flood victims in Texas. The meals included smoked pork, green beans, macaroni and cheese, a roll, cookies and water. The price of the meal was $7. Three hundred individuals from the community ordered meals, raising $2,100. Thank you to Craig and Amy Faulconer, Catch 22, Ian and Angie Trefz, Save A Lot, and the surrounding community for purchasing meals. The chapter appreciates the unwavering support of the community and its help in the inspiring task of impacting these victims.