FFA to Host Annual Friendsgiving

On behalf of the Weston Ranch FFA, we would like to invite you to participate in our Fourth Annual Thanksgiving Family Dinner Sponsorship. Participation is open to all students, classes, and clubs. In recognizing that not all families have the means needed to have a holiday dinner, FFA would like to take a step in providing support to those families in our community that are in need. It is our hope and goal that each student/club/team/class would want to collect items for at least one whole Thanksgiving dinner.

“Weston Ranch FFA has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank, Stockton Food Bank to put together dinners for all Weston Ranch families in need.” Mr. Livengood told The Prowl. “These also include families at the elementary schools. The Weston Ranch area serves 25% of the homeless students in all of MUSD. We need your help.”

If you would like to help the community, the list below is what donations we need for the family dinners. Please feel free to donate other food items as you deem appropriate. If you would like to give more than the number of items requested, any leftover items will be delivered to families as well. It would be an excellent way for you to sign up to bring in a specific item from the list below to help out your community.

Items needed:
-2boxes of Stuffing
-2 boxes of Mashed Potatoes
-2 packets or cans of Gravy
-4-8 Dinner rolls
-2 cans of Cranberry sauce

Those businesses have donated all other items, and the Ag students have brought in all the vegetables.

These items will be due to Mr. Livengood in room 904 by Friday, November 22nd. The distribution will take place on November 25th. Anything frozen can be sent ahead of time and stored in the Ag Freezers.Each family will know which club has donated their dinner. Also, this is an excellent opportunity for all clubs to help and earn community service hours. We appreciate all your help in this donation event.

Mr. Livengood went on to add, “FFA would like to thank you all for your support in serving the students and their families of our community.”