FFA members came to help clean up yard at the TAHS. Top row l-r Willie Cochran, Clayton Johnson, Hunter Oleson Bottom row l-r; Mack Foy, Dena Johnson, Logan Henrekin, Alec Wetzell and Grant Minson


FFA Good Deed

April 25, 2017

Last week  several members of the PLT FFA Chapter met in Tampico to do some spring clean up for the The Tampico Historical Society's Farm Museum. The group was contacted by Joan Johnson who asked if they might be able to assist with the annual chore. Chapter President Alec Wetzell organized the group and began the work at 8:00 on Good Friday.

 

"These young people were just amazing and really went beyond what was asked or expected," said Johnson. Weeds were pulled, hedges trimmed, displays moved to fill in the gravel where needed, bricks were replaced, dust in the farm museum was blown out, among other tasks completed. "They took full charge, " said Johnson adding, "It had been many years since the yard had received so much attention." 

 

The group received a lunch of pizzas and pop, served inside the Historical Society as a thank you for their hard work. "We were all amazed how quickly they managed to complete all of the projects - almost as quickly as they devoured the pizzas! Great group of kids. We at TAHS are so very, very grateful," complimented Johnson.

 


More like this:

Farm
Schools


Share this story:



Leave a Comment