Farm Credit donates Grizzlies’ championship ring

Farm Credit Alliance

Second annual charity auction to take place on Oct. 27 at the Sun Mountain Gun Club

Each year, Madera-based Valley Children’s Healthcare holds several events to raise money to help Valley families receive top-quality medical care regardless of their ability to pay. This year, a lucky auction winner at 2nd annual Kids, Cowboys and Clays fundraiser will be able to take home an authentic Fresno Grizzlies Triple-A championship ring valued at $3,000, courtesy of the Farm Credit Alliance.

“More than 1.3 million children live in Valley Children’s service area from Modesto to Bakersfield and the system treats about 125,000 patients a year,” said Leili Ghazi, president of Farm Credit System member CoBank’s Western Region Agribusiness Banking Group. “These children are the future of the Valley and of Valley farming, and Farm Credit is pleased to be able to help this great organization continue and grow its mission.”

The event will take place on Oct. 27 at the Sun Mountain Gun Club in Coarsegold. Besides live and silent auctions, the event will feature a sporting clay tournament shoot, along with a biscuits and gravy breakfast beforehand and hors d’oeuvres and libations followed by a barbecue dinner afterwards. For more information, visit www.clovisrodeo.com, email [email protected] or call 559-299-8838.

“This has quickly turned into a major fundraising event and is a great time for everyone attending,” said Elizabeth Hermann, development assistant for the Valley Children’s Healthcare Foundation, which raises money to allow the healthcare system to treat all children in need.

“We provide comprehensive healthcare throughout the Central Valley regardless of the families’ ability to pay, and we couldn’t do it without events like this and generous Valley donors.”

Farm Credit received the 2015 championship ring from the Grizzlies because Farm Credit has been a corporate partner of the team since 2014.

The Kids, Cowboys and Clays event will also benefit the Clovis Rodeo Foundation.

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