Here's how you can support Spring Tri-Club students during the coronavirus pandemic

The annual event will include more than 130 entries ranging from arts and crafts to livestock and woodworking projects by students involved in FFA, Family Career, and Community Leaders of America and Spring 4-H. (Courtesy Spring ISD)
The annual event will include more than 130 entries ranging from arts and crafts to livestock and woodworking projects by students involved in FFA, Family Career, and Community Leaders of America and Spring 4-H. (Courtesy Spring ISD)

The annual event will include more than 130 entries ranging from arts and crafts to livestock and woodworking projects by students involved in FFA, Family Career, and Community Leaders of America and Spring 4-H. (Courtesy Spring ISD)

Spring ISD's 69th annual Spring Livestock Show and Sale will go online this year, April 27-May 2, due to the ongoing coroanvirus pandemic.

According to an April 22 news release, the annual event will include more than 130 entries ranging from arts and crafts to livestock and woodworking projects, from students involved in FFA, Family Career, and Community Leaders of America and Spring 4-H. Prebidding on student projects will start April 27 and conclude with a virtual live auction May 2 at noon.


According to the news release, students rely on the money raised at the annual sale to purchase next year's project or help with college expenses.

"This is a way for our students to get a little money back for their projects," Spring Tri-Club President Courtney Musterman said in a statement.

For those who want to support Spring-Tri Club students but cannot participate in the auction, donations can also be given in any amount. To participate in the annual auction, click here.
By Hannah Zedaker

Editor, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood

Hannah joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor of the Spring/Klein edition and later became the editor of both the Spring/Klein and Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood editions in June 2021. Hannah covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Hannah served as associate editor of The Houstonian, interned with Community Impact Newspaper and spent time writing for the Sam Houston State University College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication and The Huntsville Item.