To have fun Vocational Technical Schooling Month, three teams from Chestnut Ridge got here collectively to assist their native meals pantry. The Future Enterprise Leaders of America (FBLA), FFA, and the Nationwide Honor Society (NHS) collected non-perishable meals objects to donate to the New Paris Meals Pantry. With extra folks needing meals in the course of the pandemic, organizers of native meals pantries stated they’re below fixed stress to assist households struggling to satisfy their dietary wants. Round 600 meals objects had been donated. Pictured with the donations are, from left to proper, Gabby Mishler, President of the NHS; Laiklyn Luther, Vice President of the NHS; Haylee Fisher, FFA chaplain; Zoie Dunlap, FFA treasurer; Kaitlyn Herman, Vice President of FBLA; Natalie Claycomb, FFA reporter; Wyatt Wigfield, president of the FFA; Trevor Harrison, FBLA treasurer; Eli Berkey, FFA Sentinel; and Hannah Beutman, director of public relations for the FBLA and interim president and vice chairman of the FFA.