Special thanks to Lisa N. Lewis and Hunt High School for your efforts to help the Family Food Basket Ministry feed the needy.
Hunt High School's FBLA club (Future Business Leaders of America), encourages members to be active in community service projects. Each year at the state FBLA conference and competition in Greensboro, chapters get the opportunity to stand and tell about the projects they have completed throughout the year. This year Ms. Lewis and the Hunt High School FBLA chose to do a food drive for the Family Food Basket and asked all 1400 Hunt students to help make it a success. They offered a "prize" to the 4th block class that brought in the most items per student in-the class. The prize was a FREE Chick-fil-a lunch and was scheduled the food drive to end the week that the popular restaurant re-opened after a month of renovations. Announcements were made and emails were sent to all teachers to remind them to ask students to participate. At the end of the contest, over 1250 items were collected. The winning class brought in 18.8 items per student and they enjoyed the free lunch that was provided. The classes who finished 2nd and 3rd were also rewarded with brownies and juice. The Hunt High School FBLA will also be announcing the Yard Sale and Bake Sale on June 2 and hope to have some donations and customers for this as well. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts and may God bless each student that participated.