Landscapes Magazine

A Portrait of living and working in rural America

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Customers at the Core of Farm Credit Week in D.C.

Legacy Ag Credit staff members, directors and customers traveled to Washington, D.C., in late July for Farm Credit Week, a gathering of 630 Farm Credit representatives from around the country.

Legacy Celebrates Local Agriculture at Farmers Market

To help kick off opening day at the Sulphur Springs Daylight Market on May 13, Legacy Ag Credit employees Kimberly Brewer, Tristan Gant and Elizabeth Echols handed out reusable bags to shoppers from 8 a.m. to noon in downtown Sulphur Springs.

Customers and Employee Attend Four Mile Picnic and Fundraiser

Celebrating Independence Day at Four Mile Lutheran Church has been a tradition for generations.

The Ice Cream Was on the House at Dairy Festival Parade

On June 10, Legacy Ag Credit celebrated National Dairy Month and the 58th Hopkins County Dairy Festival by handing out ice cream sandwiches at the annual Dairy Festival Parade in Sulphur Springs.

Canton Business Leaders Exchange Ideas at Mixer

This summer Legacy Ag Credit hosted the Canton Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours, a networking event that gives local business owners, employees and community figures an opportunity to share ideas and refreshments.

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