NCHS FFA students spoke at Lions Club meeting


Aaron Beaubouef, FFA Advisor and Ag Teacher at natchitoches Central High School, spoke to the Natchitoches Lions Club at its meeting March 26. He brought three FFA Senior Officers with him, who are also graduating seniors.

“I don’t know what I’m going to do without them,” said Beaubouef.

The seniors are Brooklyn Hampton, Brooklyn Martin and Frank Lester. They shared the FFA motto with the club, which is: Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Love, Living to Serve.

“We wanted to leave a legacy within our chapter by becoming more involved in the community,” said Hampton. “FFA has been a big opportunity for us to grow and a great way for us to develop our passions.”

Some FFA members volunteered at the Kasey’s Heart and Soul event, which benefits the Louisiana Lions Camp.