Lyon County Farm Bureau Donates to Ellis Memorial Greenhouse Fund

 

Lyon County Farm Bureau President John Rudolph presented a check to Lyon County School Superintendent, Russ Tilford and Principal Ryan Amerson in the amount of $10,000 last week to go toward construction of a greenhouse in memory of Tony Ellis. The greenhouse would be used by local agriculture students.
 

Front row:  FFA officers: Cole Kaminski, Jacob Mayberry, Cullan Brown, Sarah Armstrong, and Hannah Knight
Back row: Fundraising committee member Rae Wagoner, Avery Ellis, Lyon County Farm Bureau Vice President Glen Kinder, Lyon County Farm Bureau Co-Women’s Chair Sandy Rudolph, Lyon County Farm Bureau President John Rudolph, Lyon County School Superintendent Russ Tilford, Lyon County High School Principal Ryan Amerson, Allison Ellis, and fundraising committee member Becky Kinder. 

 

 

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