CHS Service Project at Full Moon Farms

CHS Service Project at Full Moon Farms
Posted on 10/26/2018

This news story was written by CHS sophomore Isaiah Haney.


On Thursday, October 18, Community High School Student Council Members went on a field trip to Full Moon Farms in Black Mountain. History teacher Mr. Cunningham and Biology teacher Ms. Marshman were the chaperones. Full Moon Farms is a rescue farm  for wolf-dogs, which are wolves bred with dogs. CHS students raked leaves, participated in cleaning projects, and learned about wolf dogs.

“My favorite thing about the trip was seeing the wolves - they were amazing”, said student Devin Ball. It was a great opportunity for CHS students to participate in service learning. Student photographer Ky Smith took many wonderful pictures on the trip. One of the wolves at Full Moon Farm Happy to see you wolf at Full Moon Farm Welcome sign at Full Moon Farm