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Paso FFA chapter receives national grant    

The Paso Robles High School FFA chapter received a grant from the national FFA organization to help fight hunger. The chapter has been awarded $2,494 as part of the FFA: Food-For-All grant program. This nationwide program provides grant money to local FFA chapters to support year-long service learning projects that address local hunger needs.

The Paso Robles High School horticulture students plan to fight hunger by building bridges with K-8 students at selected middle schools and elementary schools, creating connections with the community, and providing fresh, wholesome produce for local families and the school district’s food services program.

As part of this grant, horticulture students at PRHS will plant food crops in the Bearcat Garden Bed project. “They are excited to work with the K-8 students during workshops, and the community through garden days. The students are also excited to harvest their product and see it go to families that are in need, and into the food services at our schools,” said Environmental Horticulture Advisor Theresa Clark.

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