The Lynden High School FFA Booster Club is made up of parents and community members interested in enhancing and steering the FFA by raising money to help students involved in the FFA. Our main fundraiser each year is the Corn Maze which takes place on weekends in September. The funds we raise help kids travel to state and national contest, buy equipment for the AG classes, sponsor the annual FFA banquet in May, sponsor yearly scholarships for graduating seniors, and many other activities. One of our goals is try and find ways to spread the word to more students about the great opportunities that the FFA offers that aren’t all hands on animals, including speech’s and AG affairs. We are also strongly involved in keeping AG alive in a time when the state is dictating the education of our youth and how AG can play a role in that education.
We meet once every couple of months and we would welcome any parents to become involved in this great program, so please contact one of the AG advisors if you are interested in getting more involved with the FFA activities and your child’s education.