When students in Aaron Miller and Jennifer Johnston’s Zane Trace FFA chapter learned that help was needed in the local community, they stepped up. 

     First, they filled 50 care boxes with food for needy families. Students baked cupcakes, brownies, cookies and pies to include in the boxes. They also divided up 7 bushels of citrus fruit and donated 70 quarts of grape juice that they processed in the fall.

     Chapter members also hosted a dog adoption day in collaboration with the Ross County Humane Society. They baked more than  30 pounds of peanut butter and pumpkin dog treats to donate to the Humane Society throughout the week. All of the dogs at the event found homes.