Fire Alarm Interrupts Mt.Nebo FFA’s Activity With Idaho Chapters

On their way back from the World Ag Expo in California a few Idaho FFA chapters took the time to stop by Juab. Mt. Nebo’s FFA chapter put together a social night activity for them. At 6:30 the FFA officers set up the food in the Junior High lunchroom. A few other recruits set up games such as spike ball, corn hole, a roping dummy, and more.

      At 7pm the Idaho chapters arrived and Mr. Burton welcomed everyone. Tacos, chips, drinks, and other treats were served for dinner. Students from all chapters got their food and sat down.

     Quickly, people began playing games. People watched as students taught each other how to swing a rope. Corn hole became a fan favorite. Mr. Burton pushed his students to socialize and a few of them did.

    Everyone was having a great time. And then, for reasons still unknown, the fire alarm went off. Confused, students pause before deciding to move to the vocational building. Students were quick to save the ropes, drinks, spike ball equipment, and the roping dummy. 

    As a few calls were made for the alarms, most students carried on like normal. At about 8:45 the Idaho chapters had to leave. The alarms got turned off and a few Mt. Nebo students went back to clean up. While doing so, the fire alarm went off a second time. Finishing up, students swept out of the building for the final time.