chs elburn supports harvest for all
CHS Elburn Agronomy Division Manager Dave Myers presents a check to CFB Foundation Executive Director Steve Arnold
CHS Elburn raised over $500 during its 39th annual golf outing. The funds collected were donated to the Kane County Farm Bureau program, Harvest for ALL, a hunger relief program that benefits food pantries in the local community.
The annual golf outing was held September 6 at Hughes Creek Golf Course in Elburn, Ill. Nearly 100 golfers were able to participate in a contest hole on the golf course where CHS patrons could direct their contributions to the Harvest for ALL program. Employees Kelly Adamson, Danielle Rudsinski, Kimberly Rehr, and Stephanie Hess volunteered their time to collect the donations throughout the day.
CHS Elburn is proud to support its local community and thank all of our patrons for the generous contributions during the outing.
A Kane County Farm Bureau Foundation community service program, Harvest for ALL provides an avenue to contribute to local hunger relief efforts. 100% of the crop, cash and in-kind contributions to Harvest for ALL are directed to local food pantries of the donor’s choosing. Learn more about the program here.