Businesses encouraged to sponsor ag event
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[FEB. 1, 2007]
The Logan County Ag Day Breakfast is scheduled
to take place on the first day of spring, March 21, at 7 a.m. in the
Laughlin Center on the campus of Lincoln Christian College and
Seminary. The event, in conjunction with National Ag Day, celebrates
the role and creates an awareness of agriculture in America.
In addition to a delicious farmer-style breakfast catered by
Guzzardo's, keynote speaker Dick Burns will dish up big helpings of
wit and humor as he describes life-on-the-farm experiences. The
program will also include updates and information on the latest
agriculture news, legislative issues and forecasts.
of the annual gathering of agriculture and business leaders is to
award scholarships to area students pursuing degrees that will lead
to careers in ag-related fields. This scholarship program has
awarded over $25,000 to Logan County students over the past seven
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Organized by the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce Ag
Committee, the event is funded through donations and sponsorships.
Local individuals, organizations and businesses are encouraged to
participate in advancing the agriculture-business relationship by
sponsoring the breakfast at one of the following levels: $250, $500,
$750 or $1,000. For information regarding the many benefits of
getting involved in this worthy event, call 735-2385.
(Text from file received from
the Lincoln/Logan County
Chamber of Commerce)
County Chamber of Commerce
S. Kickapoo St.
local chamber of commerce is a catalyst for community progress, bringing
business and professional people together to work for the common
good of Lincoln and Logan County.