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Monsanto and Louisa Youth Center

Posted: Friday, April 27th, 2012 at 6:22 am
Author: KCII News - Nathan Swenson
 
Front Row: Ron and Angie Stover, youth center donors; Joyce Taeger, Monsanto seed corn dealer; Bryan Townsley, Louisa County Fair Board President; Dean Taegler, Monsanto seed corn dealer; and Lee Fraise, Monsanto. Back Row: Tony Humiston, Louisa County Fair Board Vice President; Royce Bonnichsen, Bob Schlutz, Rich Beard and Mark Huston, Louisa County Fair Board members; Susan Pretz, Louisa County Fair Secretary/Treasurer and Tim Whittaker, Louisa County Fair Board member.  Photo courtesy:  Louisa County Fair BoardFront Row: Ron and Angie Stover, youth center donors; Joyce Taeger, Monsanto seed corn dealer; Bryan Townsley, Louisa County Fair Board President; Dean Taegler, Monsanto seed corn dealer; and Lee Fraise, Monsanto. Back Row: Tony Humiston, Louisa County Fair Board Vice President; Royce Bonnichsen, Bob Schlutz, Rich Beard and Mark Huston, Louisa County Fair Board members; Susan Pretz, Louisa County Fair Secretary/Treasurer and Tim Whittaker, Louisa County Fair Board member. Photo courtesy: Louisa County Fair Board

Fund-raising for the Youth Center at the Louisa Fairgrounds is making progress, thanks in part to a local farm family and a community outreach program. Ron and Angie Stover and Monsanto representatives presented the check for $2,500 to the Louisa County Fair Board earlier this month to be used for the youth center.

The Stover’s were Louisa County’s winning farm family in the America’s Farmers Grow Communities contest by Monsanto.

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