Another year of making and selling ice cream for the AIM and Grand is in the books. Thank you to all of the many volunteers that step up to make this fundraiser a success. The amount of ice cream made this year was a record at 850 gallons. Patrons were satisfied and showed it by returning often for their choice of Peach, Butter Pecan, Mint Chocolate Chip, Vanilla or Chocolate. Your support is very much appreciated!
Josh Reinhardt and Katie Cayo have recently completed the Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT) program. The nine-week training program allows participants to study and develop leadership skills in the areas of communication, political process, agricultural economics, and global issues.
L to R: Steve Stallman, IAA District 16 Director; Josh Reinhardt, Randolph County Farm Bureau Young Leaders Secretary; Katie Cayo, Randolph County Farm Bureau Manager; and Randy Poskin, IAA District 6 Director.
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The Randolph County Farm Bureau partnered with Gateway FS, GROWMARK, SIU, Randolph County Soil & Water and NRCS, and Illinois Farm Bureau to put on a field day in Ellis Grove, IL. McCormick Farms hosted the event in which over 60 people atteneded. Read the complete article on the Farmer newspaper page. Click here to link.
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