Pictured are members of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter and Student Council who volunteered at Hope Emergency.
Pictured are members of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter and Student Council who volunteered at Hope Emergency.
By Kelsey Arnett
FFA Reporter


On Dec. 15, the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter and the Lynchburg-Clay High School Student Council members assisted Hope Emergency with their Christmas distribution.

Hope Emergency is a local outreach that serves people in our community by assisting them with food, clothing, furniture, and personal hygiene items when needed. At Hope, the students helped clients carry out their groceries, gifts, supplies and stocked the shelves.

Our FFA chapter is grateful that we can volunteer at Hope at least three times throughout a typical year. Volunteering at Hope is a favorite activity among our members because they come away from there with a greater sense of appreciation of helping others.

The activities that include HOPE is an integral part of our “Living to Serve” project. A special thank you to Hope for allowing us to volunteer.