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“Women on the Farm” workshop viewed as a success

“It is difficult to make decisions or even know where to start after the death of someone close to you.”  Speaker D. Elizabeth Kiss, PH.D, KSU told an audience of 30 at the workshop for “Women on the Farm”.  
Members of the planning committee were very pleased with the interest and attendance of our first in a series of regularly scheduled workshops. Valuable lessons were talked about, information shared and lots of notes entered by all on pages provided.
The workshop began at 2 p.m .on July 21 with Stephanie Royer welcoming everyone. She explained about the purpose ...


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