Title sponsor, AgriBank, the St. Paul-based Farm Credit Bank, once again partnered with Everybody Wins! DC (EW!DC), the Washington Metropolitan Area’s largest children’s literacy and mentoring non-profit, to present the 2016 AgriBank Ag Open golf tournament on Tuesday, September 6th at Queenstown Harbor.
Through the support of AgriBank and the other 38 sponsors, the AgriBank Ag Open raised more than $100,000 for EW!DC’s signature mentoring and literacy programs. AgriBank, a long-time tournament supporter, took over the title sponsorship in 2014.
EW!DC Executive Director Mary Salander said, “Thank you so much to AgriBank and to all of our sponsors for their generous support. We enjoyed a beautiful day out on the golf course and raised crucial funds that will help EW!DC carry out our mission of promoting literacy in the DC area.”
2016 WINNER- AGRIBANK
1st Place: Lakes Course- Ducks Unlimited/The Fertilizer Institute (Tripp Baird, Dan Wrinn, Clark Mica, Corey Schrodt)
1st Place: Rivers Course- AgriBank (Vicki Hicks, Robert Holifield, Steve Fabry, Kam Quarles)
Over the past 21 years, EW!DC has served over 66,000 students and distributed more than 210,000 books to low-income public school children in the Washington Metropolitan Area through its two in-school literacy programs: Power Lunch, and StoryTime.
AgriBank is one of the largest banks within the national Farm Credit System, with more than $95 billion in total assets. Under the Farm Credit System’s cooperative structure, AgriBank is primarily owned by 17 affiliated Farm Credit Associations. The AgriBank District covers America’s Midwest, a 15-state area stretching from Wyoming to Ohio and Minnesota to Arkansas. About half of the nation’s cropland is located within the AgriBank District, providing the Bank and its Association owners with expertise in production agriculture. For more information, visit www.AgriBank.com.
For more information please contact Catherine Gartland at (202) 216-9467 ext. 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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