The Roland-Story FFA recently received a donation from Dakota Pipeline Access to use for their upcoming season of providing meals to elementary students in the annual Little Norse Relays and for the FFA community garden.


“This donation will be put to good use in our program as we are always looking for financial support to allow our students the opportunities to gain additional leadership skills,” said Brad Taylor, R-S agriculture instructor. “Our Little Norse relays sack lunch program has allowed us over the years to provide free sack lunches to all elementary students and staff and our community garden has provided in excess of 27,000 pounds of garden fresh vegetables over the past four years. This donation will help us with the expenses of both projects.”