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Louisville, KY (December 30, 2011)

TN FFA Camp Clements Receives $100K Farm Credit Gift

Tennessee’s beautiful FFA Camp Clements is located at the base of the Cumberland Mountains on the Caney Fork River in the east-central part of the state. As the oldest state FFA camp in the nation, it has been training and developing agricultural leaders since 1928. But in an era of tight budgets, camp facilities are definitely showing their age. Farm Credit recently stepped in to assist with the renovation.

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Louisville, KY (December 20, 2011)

Farm Credit Donates to Habitat, Grain Bin Rescue

The Northwest Indiana Region of Farm Credit Mid-America has announced two stewardship grants to agencies within its service area. Recipients are Habitat for Humanity and Purdue University for a grain bin rescue training.

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Louisville, KY (December 20, 2011)

New Obion Learning Center Receives $8K Farm Credit Gift

Before any new house can really become a home, it needs some furniture, and the same can be said for Obion County Central High School’s new Learning Center in Tennessee. Now, thanks to an $8,000 gift from Farm Credit Mid-America, that won’t be a problem.

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Louisville, KY (December 20, 2011)

Pike County Fairgrounds Receives Farm Credit Gift

The Pike County Agricultural Society’s efforts to raise funds to build a new sheep and goat barn at the County Fairgrounds received a boost recently with a $5,000 gift from Farm Credit Mid-America. The check was presented by Farm Credit financial services officer Tony Brammer.

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Louisville, KY (December 16, 2011)

Therapeutic Riding Program Receives Farm Credit Gift

When Farm Credit’s Kristen Lovell first volunteered to help with a therapeutic riding program, she was just looking for something useful to do in her spare time that would complement her love for horses. Now her passion has turned into a donation from Farm Credit to assist the program.

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