The Silent Auction begins at 5 p.m.
The tickets are on pre-sale for $5, and the dinner will be at the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds. Proceeds from the dinner will help fund Northview's FFA chapter to attend the national convention, district conference and participate in other educational events.
"This helps us to prepare to be leaders and adults for tomorrow. The most important thing I have learned is leadership. It makes our chapter better," FFA President Ethan Stevenson said.
The FFA students have been auctioning off seed and agricultural chemicals for approximately a month. Silent auction bidding began Feb. 17 at the Annual Soil and Water meeting. The seeds and chemicals were donated by many local seeds dealers and farmers.
Bids can still be made at this time. It is $5 a unit to bid on corn, and $2 a unit for beans. FFA advisor Pat Powell said he will contact the winning bidders. To bid or to check current bid statuses, bidders should call Powell or Ethan Stevenson.
Stevenson said the fundraiser is important to the FFA at Northview because it is the main way the club receives money to fund educational outings.
The dinner is sponsored by First Financial Bank in conjunction with the extension office.