Friends, Neighbors, and the Respect Orange Community:
We can all agree and unite as a community (Orange residents, Chapman University students, and Chapman University administration) that the Tim the Turkey situation is extremely unfortunate, to say the least.
Ms. Patti Williams, the Agriculture and FFA instructor at OHS has turned her focus on caring for her dedicated, responsible, and compassionate students who come in before and after school to feed, clean, exercise, groom, care for, and love the FFA animals.
As a community, Respect Orange thinks we should do the same and wants to help raise money for the OHS program and to start building bridges between Orange residents (animals included), Chapman University, and Chapman administration.
We invite you to participate in helping Orange High School’s agriculture and Future Farmers of America program by purchasing a t-shirt, tote bag, or vinyl sticker for your car window. You can place orders starting today, here. This will not only help Orange High School’s program, but it will show bridges being built with the Chapman community.
Respect Orange believes that if people with a difference of opinion can see the other person has a commonality (shirt, bag, or sticker) then these people may have a conversation about our wonderful community of Orange and everything it has to offer.
As always, non-vinyl stickers are FREE while supplies last.
Respect Orange is hoping to have merchandise completed in time for Orange High School’s Farm Fest, where the community can interact with the FFA program and the animals. This event is on Saturday, May 7. Please come and support our friends at Orange High School!