Pioneer FFA and Agriculture Department has cancelled its fall Farmer's Market and weekly egg deliveries cue to the coronavirus pandemic.
For the last 10 years, FFA members and ag students have held weekly markets, which were open to the public, featuring locally grown fruits and vegetables, maple syrup, honey, and other favorites. Likewise, students have offered eggs from on-site chickens for delivery to staff throughout the school year.
Ag teacher and FFA co-advisor Kelsey O'Hare said the department had no choice.
"Due to COVID-19 regulations, neither of these activities will be happening this year," she said. "We know how much these activities mean to many of you and want you to know that this is not permanent and we hope to be able to resume these activities in the future."