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2023 Fuel Sales Donation Recipients Announced

Jan 10, 2023

January 1, 2023, marked the beginning of the third year of fuel sales donations for Ag Partners Coop. Throughout 2022, Ag Partners donated a portion of sales from every gallon of fuel sold at a cardtrol location to organizations supporting the communities around those sites. Combining 2022’s totals with booster club contributions in 2021, Ag Partners has donated over $10,000 back to local communities through this fuel sales program alone. Selected recipients change each year, and 2023 will again bring donations back to area schools.

“We’re looking forward to another great year with this donation program,” said Eric Osterhaus, VP of Energy. “We’re glad that we’re able to continue into another year and support a new group of area organizations in our communities.”
 
The 2023 recipients of the “Fuel Your Community” program are as follows:
 
Axtell Cardtrol Donations: Axtell Schools FFA Chapter
Bern Cardtrol Donations: Bern School Activities Complex
Corning Cardtrol Donations: Centralia Schools FFA Chapter
Denton Cardtrol Donations: Doniphan West Schools FFA Chapter
Powhattan, Robinson & Willis Cardtrol Donations: Hiawatha Schools FFA Chapter
Seneca Cardtrol Donations: Nemaha Central Schools FFA Chapter

The program will run until December 31, 2023, with checks being presented every three months. The final round of donations from 2022’s program will be distributed over the next week.
 


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