Fort Loramie FFA to operate food stand at lake fest


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Hunter Barga, daughter of Michelle Barga, of Fort Loramie, and Barry Barga, of Versailles, and Karlee Barlage, daughter of Brian and Traci Barlage, of Fort Loramie, wait on customers at last years Lake Festival.

Hunter Barga, daughter of Michelle Barga, of Fort Loramie, and Barry Barga, of Versailles, and Karlee Barlage, daughter of Brian and Traci Barlage, of Fort Loramie, wait on customers at last years Lake Festival.


FORT LORAMIE — Members of Fort Loramie FFA are busy planning and executing many events.

One upcoming event is a chapter fundraiser at the annual Fort Loramie Lake Fall Festival, Sept. 18-20. FFA members are working together to manage the food stand and serve food at the FFA food booth Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

FFA members are preparing and serving a variety of different items including pork loin sandwiches, sweet corn, chili soup, nachos and cheese, and a variety of drinks.

The profits generated will be used for scholarships for FFA members and to help fund entry fees for contests, camps, and conferences. The event is organized by the FFA officers with the participation of the members and their advisor, Mr. Pleiman.

The Fort Loramie FFA is a satellite program of the Upper Valley Career Center.

Hunter Barga, daughter of Michelle Barga, of Fort Loramie, and Barry Barga, of Versailles, and Karlee Barlage, daughter of Brian and Traci Barlage, of Fort Loramie, wait on customers at last years Lake Festival.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/09/web1_FFA.jpgHunter Barga, daughter of Michelle Barga, of Fort Loramie, and Barry Barga, of Versailles, and Karlee Barlage, daughter of Brian and Traci Barlage, of Fort Loramie, wait on customers at last years Lake Festival.

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