Submitted by: Haley Schmersal, Anthony Wayne FFA Reporter, on September 18th
On Saturday, September 16th, nine Anthony Wayne FFA members volunteered at the Chiari Walk in Bowling Green. Chiari is a condition that affects a brain and spinal cord, and this walk helped bring awareness to the condition. FFA members who volunteered helped at a face painting station, made sure the walk went smoothly, and helped clean up after the event. This was the first year that our chapter has helped in the event, and it was a great experience for our members. Junior Laura Caswell said, “The chiari walk was a great experience and helped me see just how many terrible diseases go unnoticed.” We hope to help with this event again in the future.
Caption: Alexis Gouin, Marah Smoyer, Madelynn Mangold, and Lauren Swartz helped at the children’s face painting station.