CFS Presents a $3,000 Grant to the Kenyon-Wanamingo FFA Chapter.

May 01, 2019

CFS Presents a $3,000 Grant to the Kenyon-Wanamingo FFA Chapter. The purpose for the grant money is for each chapter to use the funds to focus on developing and applying leadership and classroom skills with activities, projects, or events that help improve our rural communities and/or service those who live there. The Kenyon-Wanamingo FFA chapter will use the funds to conduct a summer leadership retreat and the materials for the Parliamentary Procedure packages for those who attend.  
CFS employee, Mike Keller, CFS Certified Energy Specialist was on hand to present the Kenyon-Wanamingo FFA chapter with a check for $1,500 and matching funds from the Land O’Lakes Foundation of $1,500 for a total of $3,000.

Pictured L to R: Mike Keller, CFS, Owen Scheffler, Evie Scheffler, Wyatt Foss, and Charlie Sevareid.

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