On Wednesday, November 28th, the FFA chapter went out to the Big 4 Trail to nail in birdhouses that they had made in their welding class. A total of 40 birdhouses were made and hung up along the trail.

Junior Lizzie Kincaid has been a member of FFA for 4 years now. She enjoys being an active member in her club and giving back to the community.

“It was a great spending time outside of school with our friends and getting closer with the FFA chapter,” said Kincaid.

Kincaid’s favorite part about the whole project was getting to make new friends as she helped paint the birdhouses with Mrs. Bohannon’s class.

“The hardest part was having to nail the birdhouse into the tree because of how cold it was,” said Kincaid.

Junior Jacob Winger was not available to assist in building the birdhouses but he did help the FFA Chapter put up the birdhouses.

“We wanted to improve the community and encourage wildlife to grow in and around Lebanon,” said Winger.

“The hardest part was that it was snowing and it was very cold so it was difficult to get the nails into the wood,” said Winger.

Junior Austin Wright helped build the birdhouses in his Ag Power class.

Wright said, “It was freezing out, but I had fun hanging out with my friends and doing community service.”