Shelby FFA juice

These Shelby students are ready to serve juice at the community breakfast.

SHELBY -- The Shelby FFA found a way to continue its long tradition of paying forward with a community breakfast.

For the last 18 years, students at Shelby High School who are members of the FFA have served the Shelby community a breakfast.

This year, because of COVID-19 they served the public with a drive-thru. The community members could drive up, students took their order, they went inside and brought the food in containers to the visitors.

Drive through breakfast

This year's FFA community breakfast was a drive-through event at Shelby High School.

This event has become a tradition at Shelby High School. The students showed a lot of enthusiasm while serving.

Cory Myers, a 2020 SHS graduate, even came home from OSU Wooster Ag. to assist.

The students also took orders by phone and delivered several meals to area farmers.

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