Farming for the future

June 2, 2015
Photo by Michaela Miller An official ribbon cutting took place at Lynn Camp School’s on Friday that opened their new farm. Pictured from left to right are board member Merrill Smith, Superintendent Kelly Sprinkles, Board member Dexter Smith, Assistant Principle Nikki Hammons, District Assessment Coordinator Amy Bays, Facility Coordinator Kim Merida, Assistant Principal Scott Prewitt, Jimmy Hendrickson and Principal Anthony Pennington.

Photo by Michaela Miller
An official ribbon cutting took place at Lynn Camp School’s on Friday that opened their new farm. Pictured from left to right are board member Merrill Smith, Superintendent Kelly Sprinkles, Board member Dexter Smith, Assistant Principle Nikki Hammons, District Assessment Coordinator Amy Bays, Facility Coordinator Kim Merida, Assistant Principal Scott Prewitt, Jimmy Hendrickson and Principal Anthony Pennington.

by Michaela Miller and David Stewart


“Learning to do. Doing to learn. Earning to live. Living to serve.”

That’s the motto of Lynn Camp’s agriculture program that had its official opening for its new farm. The school held a ribbon cutting ceremony that introduced Lynn Camp’s farm and its high expectations.

 Photo by David Stewart Earl Hicks Lynn Camp Senior enjoys being outside feeding the cows. He has been with the program two years and would like to have his own farm someday.


Photo by David Stewart
Earl Hicks Lynn Camp Senior enjoys being outside feeding the cows. He has been with the program two years and would like to have his own farm someday.

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