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Ag Credit Employees Volunteer for Disaster Relief

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After Hurricane Florence devastated highways, homes, businesses and farming operations in North and South Carolina this September, Central Kentucky Ag Credit employees volunteered to assist with disaster recovery in impacted communities.

Fulfilling the Farm Credit System’s mission of serving agricultural and rural communities through good and bad times, Central Kentucky Ag Credit team members volunteered to assist impacted families get back into their homes.

The “Ag Credit Cares” team consisted of Lisa Adams, Bud Burdette, Courtney Tarvin and Paul Wyler. The team spent one week in Longs, S.C., working directly with sister association, ArborOne Farm Credit and the Southern Baptist Convention.

“Witnessing those in need after the overwhelming destruction of Hurricane Florence was very heartbreaking,” said Paul Wyler, Ag Credit Vice President-Credit. “Those in Florence’s path lost everything they owned, and many lost their homes. I’m proud to work for an Association committed to helping those in need.”

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