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Shaping Rural Missouri Grant Recipients

Shaping Rural Missouri Grant Recipients

FCS Financial is excited to award 49 Missouri 4-H and FFA organizations with Shaping Rural Missouri Grants.

Pictures of the award presentations with our staff are located below.

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Kacie Wiederholt, Financial Services Officer in Maryville, stand in the wash rack the Gillman City FFA Chapter updated with their Shaping Rural Missouri grant funds.

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Stephanie Tyler, Financial Services Officer in Higginsville, presents the Hitt 4-H Club with a Shaping Rural Missouri grant. The club plans to refurbish the Corder City Park.

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Jessica Hamill, Risk Management Specialist in Macon, stands in front of the bleachers the Monroe City FFA Chapter built with their Shaping Rural Missouri grant funds.

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Karen Hutchison & Terry Floyd, Financial Services Specialists in Nevada, present Austin Rieder, Reporter, Nathen Adams, Vice-President, & Sondi Hunter, Secretary, from the New Kids on the Block 4-H Club, with a grant to build portable shelving in the 4-H Building at the County Fair.

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Miles Cameron, Financial Services Officer in Macon, presents the Oyster Prairie 4-H Club with a grant to landscape the Country Aire Estates nursing home facility.

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Miles Cameron, Financial Services Officer in Macon, presents the Azen Jolly Timers 4-H Club with a grant to update the Livestock Barn at the Scotland County Fairgrounds.Shelby-Co-North-Shelby-FFA-web

Jack Glover, Financial Services Officer in Macon, presents the North Shelby FFA Chapter with a grant to refurbish a local recreational area.

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Pam Jennings, Financial Services Specialist, Daysi Hawkins and Thomas Stillman, FCS Financial Interns, present the Columbia FFA Chapter with a grant to update the electrical system at the Boone County Fairgrounds.