It didn’t take long for the North Clay FFA officer team to decide on their chapter’s 2020 community service project. They wanted to raise funds for a seizure response dog for a fellow FFA member, Macy Worthey.
“Macy is one of our own members, and it was something close to home that we wanted to help with,” says chapter president Kadie Pierson.
Worthey, a sophomore at North Clay High School in Louisville, Ill., has experienced uncontrollable seizures since the fifth grade. A seizure alert dog would help Worthey remain in a safe position during a seizure, alert others