Tricounty News

EV-W FFA to conduct 'Living to Serve'



Project for Courage Camps

The Eden Valley-Watkins Chapter of the FFA will hold a corn drive for Courage Camps Friday, Sept. 28. Mrs. Tracy Huhn, Eden Valley-Watkin's FFA Advisor who announced the project, said FFA members are excited about participating in this important project.

For more than 59 years now, FFA fundraising activities have helped sponsor children and adults with physical disabilities so that they can attend Camp. All proceeds from the FFA Drives are used to support Camp needs: Camper sponsorships, buildings and equipment, to name a few.

Mrs. Huhn said 28 of her FFA Chapter members will assist in the project.

Camping services are just some of the many programs and services offered by Courage Center, a non-profit rehabilitation center in the Twin Cities. For more information about Courage Center programs and services for people with physical disabilities or sensory and neurological impairments, please call (763) 588-0811, or visit www.CourageCenter.org.