Rosman High School FFA needs a used truck

The Rosman High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) needs a used truck to haul farm animals (via a trailer that Lake Toxaway Charities is funding) to FFA events in NC/SC/Tennessee/Georgia. The current truck is shared between Rosman and Brevard High Schools and creates logistic issues. FFA is an excellent organization, committed to teaching students rounded knowledge of how to be local, successful farmers in today’s world.

We would like to appeal to Lake Toxaway homeowners who may have a used truck they are willing to donate to this excellent cause. If you would like to donate a used truck, or know of someone who has one, please contact Chip Brown to at 704-560-3175 or at chipbrown@citcom.net  Any donation would be tax deductible.

Here is brief description of the need requirements:
>>>>>>>>>>>> Ford Expedition Max (long version)
>>>>>>>>>>>> Chevy Suburban
>>>>>>>>>>>> 4×4
>>>>>>>>>>>> Heaviest towing package
>>>>>>>>>>>> Heaviest breaking package
>>>>>>>>>>>> Bench seating in middle and third row (seating for at least 6 students)

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