A Golf Outing Makes Big Money – Ohio Ag Net

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The Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation’s 2022 Golf Invitational has raised a record $100,000 for scholarships, grants and foundation programs that help improve farming communities and support careers in agriculture.

“Raising a record $100,000 will allow The Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation to further its goal of inspiring and educating the next generation of agricultural professionals through scholarships, innovative programs and subsidies. We had a great day connecting with new and loyal supporters while raising awareness about careers in agriculture. Tara Durbin, chair of the board of directors of the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation and senior vice president of Farm Credit Mid-America agricultural loans.

The event took place on June 27 at the Country Club in Muirfield Village and hosted 186 golfers. The Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation gives special thanks to the event sponsors, especially Nationwide, who served as the event’s presenting sponsor. This successful day would not have been possible without the generous support of sponsors and participants.

Participation in the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation’s Annual Golf Invitational supports the future of agriculture in Ohio. The Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation believes that for agriculture to continue to grow and prosper, we must cultivate it. Through our work, we are building a steady stream of young people with the knowledge, training and skills to improve the industry. It is up to us to keep the agriculture of Ohio healthy and vigorous; to promote its progress and prosperity in every county and community of Ohio.

Founded in 1985, The Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization. Learn more about ohiofarmbureau.org/foundation.

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