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Douglas County Farm Bureau makes donation to local libraries in honor of agriculture month

In recognition of March being National Agriculture Month, the Douglas County Farm Bureau recently donated two books to the Tuscola Public Library and the Camargo Township District Library. “Tales of the Dairy Godmother” written by Viola Butler and illustrated by Ward Jenkins. What happens when Chuck wishes for all the ice cream he can eat? The Dairy Godmother tells Chuck about dairy farms and the path to making ice cream. The book includes an easy-to-make ice cream recipe. “Barn at Night” was written by Michelle Houts and illustrated by Jen Betton. This book tells the story of a father and daughter as they care for their animals in the barn. The barn shelters the animals through the cold winter night. Great rhyming and beautiful illustrations give this story a peaceful feeling. Pictured top are Dan Meyer, Douglas County Farm Bureau president and Devin Black, Tuscola Public Library director accepting donations. Pictured bottom with the donations are Jon McGee, Douglas County Farm Bureau board director, Jackie Wells, Camargo Township library director, and Rhett Burris, Douglas County Farm Bureau board director. 

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