KFU Foundation Auction Raises over $2,100

Stephanie Teske displays the autographed Bill Snyder football donated by Midwest Agency agent Zach Teske. The football, won by Jeff Kindle, was the top item during the annual Kansas Farmers Union Foundation Auction.

A close second was the John Deere quilt donated by Becky Craig and won by Jackie Eyer. Symphony in the Flint Hills tickets, donated by Christy Davis, Executive Director of Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc, and won by Donn Teske, rounded out the top three auction items.

The Kansas Farmers Union Foundation was created in 1997 as a 501(c)(3) organization supporting education on rural and agricultural issues and providing resources for rural economic and cooperative development. Through the KFU Foundation, Kansas Farmers Union brings important educational and networking opportunities to all Kansans.

Examples of this programming include Amazing Grazing, Kansas Beginning Farmers Coalition, Food Hubs and Co-ops, College Conference on Cooperatives, Kansas Family Farms Day, and our work with Farm Aid and the Farmer Veteran Coalition of Kansas.

To donate to the foundation, call the KFU office or visit: kansasfarmersunion.com/shop/

2016-03-01T12:44:34+00:00