November 30, 2020

MaxYield recognized for Clay County 4-H support

MaxYield Cooperative and 4-H

From left: Bonnie Dalager, program director; Anissa Jeppson, youth coordinator; and Jo Engler, program coordinator for Clay County Extension and Outreach. Accepting on MaxYield’s behalf is Tracy Enderson.

MaxYield Cooperative, and many other stakeholders, were recognized for our support at a luncheon held Friday, September 14th at the Clay County Regional Events Center in Spencer, IA.

Clay County Extension and Outreach hosted the event, recognizing businesses and individuals that played a key part in the success of special interest area 4-H programs. MaxYield Cooperative pays $10 of the 4-H membership fee, contributing over $15,000 every year in six Iowa counties to the youth organization.

With the support of many in Clay County, most of the special interest 4-H programs were free. Project areas include animals, creative arts, agriculture & natural resources, family & consumer sciences, personal development and science, engineering & technology.

MaxYield is a long-time supporter of 4-H and its programs.



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