During the breakfast this year the program will include an
informational ag update from hometown gal Katheryne Stoll Rehberg,
who is with ADM Corn Business Unit and a product manager. She will
discuss exciting advancements in agriculture and how these
advancements affect our local farmers and economy.
scholarships will also be awarded. In the 11-year history of the
breakfast, $49,000 has been awarded in scholarships to area
students. The chamber's ag committee feels that the investment in
these local students is key to the future of agriculture in Logan
The breakfast directly reflects the committee's mission to
enhance the Logan County economy by strengthening agriculture and
business relationships, exploring and implementing value-added
opportunities, developing and marketing agritourism attractions, and
encouraging natural resource management.
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Although this is a free event, hosted by the chamber's ag
committee and made possible by local business sponsors, reservations
are required. Anyone interested in attending may make reservations
by calling the chamber at 217-735-2385.
The breakfast is an important part of the mission of the chamber
to serve the membership through a commitment to the economic
prosperity of Lincoln/Logan County.
[Text from file received from
the Lincoln/Logan County
Chamber of Commerce]