CARDINGTON FFA


By Evelyn Long - The Sentinel



Lights at the Cardington-Lincoln High School placed by FFA members.

Lights at the Cardington-Lincoln High School placed by FFA members.


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A wooden tree made by Jack Edgell, local resident that is lit by students in the fourth grade class of Lori Edgell and placed in front of the Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School.


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One of the wreaths made by Rita Castle and placed on entry ways to Cardington-Lincoln District buildings.


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Lights put up

The village of Cardington is glowing with Christmas lighting. Adding to the beauty, two groups have placed lights at the district’s two school facilities.

The Cardington-Lincoln FFA, under the guidance of advisor Erin Wollett, decorated a portion of the area in front of the high school with Christmas lights and the fourth grade students of Lori Levings, assisted by Wollett and the FFA students set a wood crafted tree adorned with lights at the elementary school on Nichols Street.

The tree was made by Cardington resident Jack Edgell and Rita Castle, also a Cardington resident, created wreaths for the district building entry ways.

Speaking on behalf of the Cardington-Lincoln Board of Education, member Quinn Maceyko thanked all those responsible for the decorations.

Adopting families

The Cardington FFA Chapter participated in a community service project on Dec. 3 by adopting families for Christmas. That evening, 15 Cardington FFA members shopped online for five local families in the community.

Usually, the chapter would take about 40 youngsters and visit a Walmart to shop but due to Covid-19, the chapter shopped virtually this year.

Later, on Dec. 22, the chapter delivered gifts to the families while following Covid-19 guidelines. The chapter is grateful to serve our community and ready to assume more community service projects.

Lights at the Cardington-Lincoln High School placed by FFA members.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/01/web1_Lights-at-the-Cardington-3dLIncoln-High-school-placed-by-FFA-members.jpgLights at the Cardington-Lincoln High School placed by FFA members. Courtesy Photos

A wooden tree made by Jack Edgell, local resident that is lit by students in the fourth grade class of Lori Edgell and placed in front of the Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/01/web1_Wooden-tree-with-lights-at-elemetnary-school.jpgA wooden tree made by Jack Edgell, local resident that is lit by students in the fourth grade class of Lori Edgell and placed in front of the Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School. Courtesy Photos

One of the wreaths made by Rita Castle and placed on entry ways to Cardington-Lincoln District buildings.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/01/web1_Wreath-at-the-entry-to-the-Cardington-Lincoln-Board-office.jpgOne of the wreaths made by Rita Castle and placed on entry ways to Cardington-Lincoln District buildings. Courtesy Photos

By Evelyn Long

The Sentinel