Fuquay-Varina High School’s Future Farmers of America worked on the landscape of the Needmore Ruritan Club House in a community service project this spring. From left: instructor Michael Bowden, Austin Randall, Hunter Hartley, Addison Randall, Devin Plants, Johnny Tapia, Tanner Lisk, Joe Ogburn, Megan Tarpey, Brian McMannis, Holland Hunter, Brandon Stephenson, Sam Seindenstricker and Matthew Stephenson.
Fuquay-Varina High School’s Future Farmers of America worked on the landscape of the Needmore Ruritan Club House in a community service project this spring. From left: instructor Michael Bowden, Austin Randall, Hunter Hartley, Addison Randall, Devin Plants, Johnny Tapia, Tanner Lisk, Joe Ogburn, Megan Tarpey, Brian McMannis, Holland Hunter, Brandon Stephenson, Sam Seindenstricker and Matthew Stephenson. COURTESY OF ARTHUR MOUBERRY
Fuquay-Varina High School’s Future Farmers of America worked on the landscape of the Needmore Ruritan Club House in a community service project this spring. From left: instructor Michael Bowden, Austin Randall, Hunter Hartley, Addison Randall, Devin Plants, Johnny Tapia, Tanner Lisk, Joe Ogburn, Megan Tarpey, Brian McMannis, Holland Hunter, Brandon Stephenson, Sam Seindenstricker and Matthew Stephenson. COURTESY OF ARTHUR MOUBERRY

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