h/t Ryan Brinda
Lander Valley High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and FFA members are once again asking the Lander community to donate non-perishable food and monetary donations for the annual Thanksgiving Turkey Basket Project. FBLA and FFA members will be knocking on Lander resident’s doors Tuesday, November 12th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm for this year’s food “scavenger hunt.”
Each year, FBLA and FFA members team up to provide full Thanksgiving meals to families in the community. 2019 marks the 24th year of the project’s implementation in the community and student leaders hope that it can continue to positively impact community members. FBLA President Ryan Brinda commented, “The Turkey Basket project is such an incredible tradition in our community and both students and community members look forward to the project each year. FBLA and FFA members are excited to carry on this tradition in Lander and the surrounding area.”
For food collection on the 12th, community members are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items. If an individual is unable to donate food, monetary donations are also welcome so that FBLA and FFA members can purchase frozen turkeys and other food items for the baskets or you can contact Land Valley High School at 307-332-3640 to make a donation. Regarding the scavenger hunt, Brinda noted “This project is so exciting because we are able to give back to the community that has given so much to us. The generosity of the Lander community is always overwhelming and without the community’s support, this project would not be possible.”
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