The Santa Maria High School Future Farmers for America chapter held a drive-through meeting last week in place of its typical monthly chapter meeting.
The FFA students received free pumpkins and prepackaged popcorn as they drove through.
They also hosted a virtual meeting on their Canvas accounts.
At a typical monthly chapter meeting, the officer team would provide updates, such as a secretary report, treasurer report, new business and old business. Then, they would hold a social event with food and games.
However, the FFA students adapted this month with several social media contests leading up to the meeting, including an agriculture photo contest and a virtual scarecrow contest.
Winners received their awards during the drive-through event.
The pumpkins were grown at The Patch and through other local producers.
— Grayce McCormick