L-C FFA officers help Hope Emergency


Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers recently assisted Hope Emergency, a local community outreach organization that helps families in the Highland, Clinton and Brown counties in times of need. The FFA members helped sort canned goods, packaged soap, sorted clothes and shoes, and assisted with organization. On the second day of volunteering, members were able to help distribute food, personal hygiene products, and clothing to clients. This is the fifth year that the Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers have assisted Hope. The officers would like to thank everyone at Hope for allowing them to participate in their organization.

Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers recently assisted Hope Emergency, a local community outreach organization that helps families in the Highland, Clinton and Brown counties in times of need. The FFA members helped sort canned goods, packaged soap, sorted clothes and shoes, and assisted with organization. On the second day of volunteering, members were able to help distribute food, personal hygiene products, and clothing to clients. This is the fifth year that the Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers have assisted Hope. The officers would like to thank everyone at Hope for allowing them to participate in their organization.


Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers recently assisted Hope Emergency, a local community outreach organization that helps families in the Highland, Clinton and Brown counties in times of need. The FFA members helped sort canned goods, packaged soap, sorted clothes and shoes, and assisted with organization. On the second day of volunteering, members were able to help distribute food, personal hygiene products, and clothing to clients. This is the fifth year that the Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers have assisted Hope. The officers would like to thank everyone at Hope for allowing them to participate in their organization.

Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers recently assisted Hope Emergency, a local community outreach organization that helps families in the Highland, Clinton and Brown counties in times of need. The FFA members helped sort canned goods, packaged soap, sorted clothes and shoes, and assisted with organization. On the second day of volunteering, members were able to help distribute food, personal hygiene products, and clothing to clients. This is the fifth year that the Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers have assisted Hope. The officers would like to thank everyone at Hope for allowing them to participate in their organization.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/01/web1_Hope-Emergency-pic.jpgLynchburg-Clay FFA officers recently assisted Hope Emergency, a local community outreach organization that helps families in the Highland, Clinton and Brown counties in times of need. The FFA members helped sort canned goods, packaged soap, sorted clothes and shoes, and assisted with organization. On the second day of volunteering, members were able to help distribute food, personal hygiene products, and clothing to clients. This is the fifth year that the Lynchburg-Clay FFA officers have assisted Hope. The officers would like to thank everyone at Hope for allowing them to participate in their organization.