Agencies partners to deliver fresh food to local families
Published 11:02 am Friday, November 20, 2020
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Clark County Farm Bureau President Thadd Taylor and Clark County FFA students help load boxes of food into vehicles lined up Wednesday. (Photo by Lauren Frazer)
Clark County FFA President Kaitlyn Wiseman, background, and Terra Pigg, George Rogers Clark High School agriculture teacher, FFA advisor and Clark County Farm Bureau Board secretary, load a Farm to Families box into the trunk of a vehicle Wednesday. (Photo by Lauren Frazer)
Clark County Farm Bureau Agency Manager Rick Mink, left, Clark County Farm Bureau Board Member Harold David Rupard, center, and KFB Board Director and GRC agriculture teacher Shane Wiseman, right, load Farm to Families boxes into vehicles Wednesday. (Photo by Lauren Frazer)
Wednesday evening, Clark County Farm Bureau, Clark County FFA and local farmer Zeldon Angel came together to give more than 1,200 USDA Farm Food Boxes to Clark County residents at George Rogers Clark High School.
Each box was filled with milk, eggs, fresh meat, fruit and vegetables.
There will be 13 additional truck deliveries in Clark County between now and the year’s end. No restrictions or proof of eligibility are necessary to pick up a box.
Each week, Clark County FFA will announce the date and time for the delivery.