Facility improvements, awards and new Greenhand officers show vision for 2021
By Griffin Knight, FFA chapter reporter
Frazier Mountain High School’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter has been up to a lot lately. We have begun to make improvements to our agricultural education area, including new animal pens—for students who would like to raise an animal like a goat or pig—and upgrades to our greenhouse.
We’ve also raised some money with our pancake…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Above (l-r): A scary Griffin Knight, Evan Singleton (in back) and Kristopher Lowe (in front) at FFA’s Halloween Drive-Thru Haunted House at Frazier Park School.
Left: Chapter vice president Alex Saenz; Above: The newly upgraded FFA greenhouse will allow plants to stay watered all day without anyone having to manually water them.
Above: The pancake breakfast team at Falcon’s Nest included (back row, l-r) James Tomlinson and Cedric Turner; (middle, l-r) Sandy Garcia, Andrea Calderon and Madison Glover; (bottom, l-r) Alex Saenz and FFA faculty advisor Lee Bizzini; Right: Madison Glover discovered one critical pancake ingredient—elbow grease!
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