The Ferndale Golden Eagles Booster Club may only be a few months old but they have already accomplished securing funding for an electronic reader board for the high school.
Today, the Lummi Indian Business Council (LIBC) announced at a ceremony at Silver Reef Casino they have awarded a grant to the Ferndale Golden Eagles Booster Club to enable purchasing and installing a V-shaped two-sided electronic reader board adjacent to the Ferndale High School campus.
The reader board will be visible to passing traffic thus providing an effective means for the school to notify the community and students of upcoming events and other messaging.
According to a press release from the Ferndale Golden Eagles Booster Club,
The high school will be equipped with the means to control the reader board messages so organizations within the school will be able to keep the community and student body informed of their activities. This also presents the opportunity to recognize sponsors, local businesses and organizations that support school activities.
The Ferndale Golden Eagles Booster Club is extremely grateful to the LIBC for their generosity. This will enable greater communication between the school and the community while creating more pride in the school.