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State Fair Receives Donation

State Fair Receives Donation

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It’s one of the largest donations to date going toward the replacement for Clover Hall on the South Dakota State Fairgrounds…

Farm Credit Services of American presented State Fair Manager Jerome Hertel a check for 150-thousand dollars Thursday.    Farm Credit Services of America senior Vice President Bob Schmidt says there are a number of reasons why this donation is important to his organization….

Hertel says the gift from Farm Credit Services of America is appreciated…

Farm Credit Services of America will have their name attached to the conference room that will be a part of the 47-thousand square foot Nordby Exhibit Hall for 4-H, Youth and Community.

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