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Ed Blair, Merlin Van Walleghen, Phyllis Sternquist and Barbara Telkamp 2010 SDSU eminent farmers, homemakers

BROOKINGS, SD – South Dakota State University named farmers from Meade and Sanborn counties as South Dakota’s Eminent Farmers for 2010, and named homemakers from Brookings and Clay counties as the state’s 2010 Eminent Homemakers.

SDSU chose Edward Blair of Vale and Merlin Van Walleghen of Letcher as Eminent Farmers, and honored Phyllis Sternquist of Centerville and Barbara Telkamp of Brookings as this year’s Eminent Homemakers.

The honorees were recognized at a banquet at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 at the Swiftel Center in Brookings.

SDSU began the Eminent Farmer and Homemakers Program in 1927 to express appreciation to rural leaders and innovators who have made differences in their communities. The program is a joint effort of the SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, the College of Education and Human Sciences, and the South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service.

BROOKINGS, SD – South Dakota State University named farmers from Meade and Sanborn counties as South Dakota’s Eminent Farmers for 2010, and named homemakers from Brookings and Clay counties as the state’s 2010 Eminent Homemakers.

SDSU chose Edward Blair of Vale and Merlin Van Walleghen of Letcher as Eminent Farmers, and honored Phyllis Sternquist of Centerville and Barbara Telkamp of Brookings as this year’s Eminent Homemakers.

The honorees were recognized at a banquet at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 at the Swiftel Center in Brookings.

SDSU began the Eminent Farmer and Homemakers Program in 1927 to express appreciation to rural leaders and innovators who have made differences in their communities. The program is a joint effort of the SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, the College of Education and Human Sciences, and the South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service.

BROOKINGS, SD – South Dakota State University named farmers from Meade and Sanborn counties as South Dakota’s Eminent Farmers for 2010, and named homemakers from Brookings and Clay counties as the state’s 2010 Eminent Homemakers.

SDSU chose Edward Blair of Vale and Merlin Van Walleghen of Letcher as Eminent Farmers, and honored Phyllis Sternquist of Centerville and Barbara Telkamp of Brookings as this year’s Eminent Homemakers.

The honorees were recognized at a banquet at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 at the Swiftel Center in Brookings.

SDSU began the Eminent Farmer and Homemakers Program in 1927 to express appreciation to rural leaders and innovators who have made differences in their communities. The program is a joint effort of the SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, the College of Education and Human Sciences, and the South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service.

BROOKINGS, SD – South Dakota State University named farmers from Meade and Sanborn counties as South Dakota’s Eminent Farmers for 2010, and named homemakers from Brookings and Clay counties as the state’s 2010 Eminent Homemakers.

SDSU chose Edward Blair of Vale and Merlin Van Walleghen of Letcher as Eminent Farmers, and honored Phyllis Sternquist of Centerville and Barbara Telkamp of Brookings as this year’s Eminent Homemakers.

The honorees were recognized at a banquet at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 at the Swiftel Center in Brookings.

SDSU began the Eminent Farmer and Homemakers Program in 1927 to express appreciation to rural leaders and innovators who have made differences in their communities. The program is a joint effort of the SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, the College of Education and Human Sciences, and the South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service.

BROOKINGS, SD – South Dakota State University named farmers from Meade and Sanborn counties as South Dakota’s Eminent Farmers for 2010, and named homemakers from Brookings and Clay counties as the state’s 2010 Eminent Homemakers.

SDSU chose Edward Blair of Vale and Merlin Van Walleghen of Letcher as Eminent Farmers, and honored Phyllis Sternquist of Centerville and Barbara Telkamp of Brookings as this year’s Eminent Homemakers.

The honorees were recognized at a banquet at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 at the Swiftel Center in Brookings.

SDSU began the Eminent Farmer and Homemakers Program in 1927 to express appreciation to rural leaders and innovators who have made differences in their communities. The program is a joint effort of the SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, the College of Education and Human Sciences, and the South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service.


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