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Local farmer supports CARE, FFA

10:26 AM, Mar. 25, 2013
Jessica Derezinski, back from left, Vicky Ertl, Kaeden Dvorak, Heather Nigh, Cheyenne Karl, Sarah Grossgreutz, Vanessa Kieffer, Jenna Breuch, Jenna Pankratz; Steve Welker, Monsanto, front from left, Mike Berdan, Diane Berdan, Lauren Berdan, Mark Cournoyer, ag teacher and FFA adviser.
Jessica Derezinski, back from left, Vicky Ertl, Kaeden Dvorak, Heather Nigh, Cheyenne Karl, Sarah Grossgreutz, Vanessa Kieffer, Jenna Breuch, Jenna Pankratz; Steve Welker, Monsanto, front from left, Mike Berdan, Diane Berdan, Lauren Berdan, Mark Cournoyer, ag teacher and FFA adviser.
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Auburndale FFA and Community of Auburndale Reaching Everyone, or CARE, now will be able to better serve the community, thanks to the support of local farmer, Michael P. Berdan, and America's Farmers Grow Communities.

Sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, the philanthropic arm of Monsanto Company, Grow Communities provides farmers in eligible counties the chance to win a $2,500 donation for a local nonprofit organization of their choice. To further support counties declared natural disaster areas by the United States Department of Agriculture, or USDA, due to the drought this year, winning ...

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