Babies are born daily, but the sad thing about such a wonderful experience is that some babies have to go home with nothing but the clothes on their backs to keep them warm. Spanish Fork FFA, during their FFA week activities, thought about how they could make a difference. On Thursday, February 24, 2010, the FFA did a service project where they made baby blankets to later donate to Payson Hospital.
That night, they were able to make over 30 blankets with still a lot of fleece to make more. Although, making all of the blankets wouldn’t have been possible without the generous help from all of the FFA chapters in our area. Thanks to all those that participated and thanks to Spanish Fork FFA for all of the community service that they keep providing to help those in need. For a fun way to unwind from quilting, the students participated in a laser assault game where everyone could safely attack each other. It was a great way to end the evening.
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