Nyssa’s Green Thumbs are gearing up for the May 2 flower sale

Nyssa High School’s popular annual flower basket sale is scheduled for May 2, starting at 7am. Columnist Susan Barton has the details, as well as more on the events at Nyssa.

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Flower baskets grown by the Nyssa High School Greenhouse class will go on sale Monday, May 2 starting at 7 a.m. in the Farm Building.

The baskets are beautiful, with a variety of colors to choose from. Don’t delay, as baskets usually sell out quickly. The cost is $30 per basket.

“Support FFA, buy our baskets!” said class member Ronaldo Bueno.

From left, the Nyssa greenhouse class includes Makayla Hansen, Emma Goldthorpe, Infinity Hamilton, Martin Mendez, Briana Campos, Taylor Hack, Rylee Tullett, Joseluis Chavez, Roxton Torres, teacher Chad Cruickshank and, in front, Ronaldo Bueno. (photo sent)

• Building Healthy Families is offering a Safesitter workshop from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Saturday April 30th. The workshop will take place at the Nyssa Public Library and provides young people aged 11+ with training in business skills, safety, behavior and first aid. Call or register at the library. For more information on the Safesitter workshop, visit groweo.org.

• High school jazz band Nyssa really rocked the house at their fundraising dinner and concert last Saturday. The band is planning a trip to the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival in early May. They will compete, learn and listen to a variety of jazz performers. Good luck musicians!

To get your Nyssa news in this column, contact Susan Barton at 541-372-5455 or [email protected]

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