Waukon FFA Chapter receives support from local business ...

Sweeney's Village Farm and Home in Waukon has greatly aided in the success of the Little Switzerland FFA Chapter for many years in a variety of different ways. Again this year, they partnered with Red Brand Fencing and the National FFA Organization to donate $1,176  to the local chapter. Red Brand Fencing has been a proud supporter of FFA for 70 years and supports programs through its Home Grown Program. Through the Home Grown Program, for every roll of wire purchased at Village Farm and Home, $1 is donated back to the local FFA chapter. Annually, over 900 chapters from across the nation will receive a donation from the partnership that Red Brand Fencing has to offer. The donated funds will be used toward contest materials, National FFA Convention and other FFA necessities. From 2012 to 2016, Village Farm and Home, with the help of their customers, has provided $5,625 to the Waukon FFA Chapter. The Waukon FFA Chapter appreciates the support of Sweeney’s Village Farm and Home, which has offered FFA members more opportunities, new experiences, and has promoted more participation in FFA contests. Pictured above at the donation presentation are: Left to right - Front row: Nate Helgerson, Molly Brodahl, Grace Howe, Faith Palmer, Danielle Stock, Nicole Campbell, Nathan Johnson. Middle row: Steve Sweeney, Jan Sweeney, Cayla Nolting and Barb Howe. Back row: Sean Liddiard, Brad O’Hare, Peggy Grady, Matt Sweeney, Joe Sweeney and Jerry Sweeney. Submitted by Faith Palmer, Chapter Reporter.
 

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