Wasco FFA gives back at holiday
December 20, 2018 | View PDF
This month has been a busy one for the Wasco FFA Chapter.
We kicked off December with the monthly FFA meeting on Dec. 3, along with the Christmas parade and decorating the float as the activity for the meeting. After members gathered in the cafeteria, and we opened the meeting, members participated in the Christmas parade, decorating our float.
On Dec. 4, our chapter participated in the South Valley activity night at Camelot Park. To attend this event, members had to sell two poinsettias in the annual fundraiser.
On Dec. 7, our chapter participated in the community fundraiser Trees for Tigers. Wasco FFA decorated a tree and had several members volunteer to work the event, Trees for Tigers is a community fundraiser for Toys for Tigers, which is the next event on our chapter's agenda for this month.
FFA members have been bringing in toys all month to donate to the drive, and this upcoming Saturday, Dec. 22, we will have members participating in the distribution of the toys. Getting involved in community events is a great opportunity for the members of our chapter to give back to the community and it can also be lots of fun.
On Dec. 13, the Wasco FFA officer team was invited and attended the Independence High School December FFA Meeting in Bakersfield. Officers had a great time getting to know the chapter membership and have made plans for more chapter exchanges in the future.
Wasco FFA wishes our supporters, our members and the community of Wasco a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!