Buena Park FFA’s Fundraising and Community service committee hosted a Scary Farm event, which took place on October 25th and 26th of 2016. The Fundraising committee planned out a scary maze in Buena Park’s Farm with games to entertain the students who came to the event. The Scary Farm had over 20 students dressed in doll and clown costumes. The maze started on one side of the cattle barn and snaked through to the large arena. When students came to the arena they were greeted by scary clowns, ghosts and a graveyard. It was the largest turn out we have had!
Games such as "Witch Pitch" where 2 people had to compete in eating a donut on a string without using their hands. Another game was "Pin the Boo on the Ghost", which a person was blindfolded and spun around 4 times and they had a boo and had to pin it on the ghost. Other activities such as face painting, pumpkin guessing and tractor races entertained many of the students and younger children. Vanessa Delgado, an FFA member, said, “I think it was a very fun experience.” Marina Villanueva said, “the scary maze was the best part.”
Our next fundraiser will be our "Farm to Fork" event that will happen in the spring semester. Keep checking on website to get more information.
Written By: Brian Velasquez, Publicity Vice Chairman
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