LCHS FFA and FFA Alumni enjoy a very successful fundraiser

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[February 18, 2013]     Send a link to a friend

Sunday morning the newly re-formed FFA Alumni Association had members on hand to offer support to the kids in their fundraising effort. The LCHS FFA has had an alumni association in the past. Recently a group of former FFA alumni decided to try to bring a group together again.

The breakfast Sunday was a debut of the association at work. Dave Opperman, treasurer, said there was a secondary reason for the event, and that is to raise awareness of the alumni association in hopes that former FFA members will come back and join fellow alums to grow the group.

Marc Short, president of the group, also said, "We want to reinvigorate the alumni association."

Pictures and Text by Curt Fox

On hand promoting the newly re-formed FFA Alumni chapter were Dave Opperman, treasurer, on the right, with alumni member Gary Atteberry.

Marc Short, FFA Alumni president, was also on hand.


Claude VanFossan  is the pancake maker extraordinaire in Lincoln.

VanFossen often volunteers to do the cooking for groups, turning out perfect flapjacks for everyone.

Mike Ward, in white ball cap, and Randy Unger, on the left, keep an eye on the sausage grill while other helpers look on.


In addition to the great food, diners had a variety of bidding choices in a silent auction going on during the day. A live auction also took place at 10:30, to a packed house.





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