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Ridgewater instructor among Farm Bureau honorees

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WILLMAR — West Central Tribune staff writer Carolyn Lange and Ridgewater College instructor Kim Lippert were honored last weekend by the Minnesota Farm Bureau Foundation.

Lange was named Agriculture Communicator of the Year, an award presented to an outstanding leader in the field of communications.

Lippert was named Post-Secondary Agricultural Educator of the Year, an award that recognizes educators supporting production agriculture.

The most prestigious county Farm Bureau award, the Counties Activities of Excellence, was presented in five key areas — public policy, public relations, promotion & education, leadership development and membership activity. Kandiyohi County received the Premier Award for excelling in all five areas.

The Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation awards banquet was held Friday in Bloomington and the 101st annual meeting of the farm organization concluded Saturday.

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