Lowville Farmers Co-Op donates to Lewis County 4-H program

LOWVILLE, NY —  A generous donation of $1,000.00 from a fundraiser held during the Lewis County Fair was just presented by the Co-op’s Manager Leo Tabolt at the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County Board Meeting on September 8, 2021. Mr. Tabolt stated that the Lowville Farmer’s Co-op has had a long-standing relationship with Cooperative Extension and 4-H in the county. They were pleased to be able to support the 4-H youth program which is the future of county residents and future farmers in the county.

Picture from left to right is Kristy Sullivan, Board President Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County, Katie Carpenter, Chair of the 4-H Program Committee, and Leo Tabolt, Manager at Lowville Farmer’s Co-op.

For more information on Cooperative Extension Programs or 4H, or how to join 4-H, please call 315-376- 5270, visit our website at ccelewis.org or Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/lewiscounty4h