Building Local Communities
From the fields to the local communities, we’re proud to serve our customers and support our area through community involvement events. There’s nothing more rewarding than helping those in our communities. We are highly involved in youth activities including FFA, 4-H, sports, rodeos, and school field trips. We support various other events such as the Sterling Family Memorial Ranch Rodeo, Dakota Western Heritage Festival, local fire departments, churches, and numerous others. We’re always looking for other ways to be involved; for inquiries on event donations, advertisements, or school field trips at any of our 7 locations please give Jennifer a call at 605-224-5935.
For pictures from our most recent community involvement events, please check out our Facebook page!
Harvest for Hunger
CHS Stewardship Goals
When you work with CHS in our region, you’re also helping one of North America’s largest agribusinesses meet its broader stewardship goals. At CHS and the CHS Foundation, we’re committed to creating a strong future for rural America and giving back to our communities with our time, talent and resources. Learn more about how we are keeping farm families safe and supporting projects in our hometown communities by visiting chsinc.com/stewardship.
Community Involvement Events-
Last Wednesday we were able to be apart of the Freshman Impact Program. This is a powerful program that takes freshman students from
various schools through several learning stations on topics ranging from seat belts and the jaws of life demonstration to teen dating and cyber bullying. The afternoon entailed a mock crash involving the upperclassmen and a mock trial, showing the impacts of drinking and driving. Midwest Cooperative was proud to give a $3,000 sponsorship and time volunteering to this program! We are extremely committed to the safety of our youth, if you have a safety program please give us a call.
Jefferson Elementary Tour:
The 3rd graders from Jefferson Elementary braved the rain yesterday for a tour of the Pierre elevator and fertilizer plant. The students had a great time learning about what we do each day and were able to take wheat seed and soil with them to plant at home.