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Thank you again to everyone who helped with the CHS Harvest for Hunger campaign in March. We hope to see checks arrive soon from CHS, Inc. and we will the get them distributed as soon as possible.

CHS Eastern Farmer's totals for this year were:

$29,326 in donations to be given to Feeding South Dakota & Second Harvest Heartland (designated for Rock Cnty)

5,973 pounds of food

In addition, we will receive the following bonus contributions from CHS:

$9,900 ($75 per employee)

$2,500 (additional bonus for collecting donations over $100/employee)

$1,000 (additional bonus - Midwest Region was #1 and received $10,000 bonus overall)


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