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First State Bank dinner-seminar to highlight ag strategies

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CARTHAGE, Ill. -- First State Bank of Illinois will hold its 26th annual Ag Strategies dinner-seminar at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, in the First Baptist Church community room just off the northeast corner of the Carthage square.

Bob Rhea from Farm Business Farm Management will roll out his "Top 10 Ag Strategies" and will cover important tax code changes and their effect on farming operations.

Keynote speaker Sarah Fernandez will highlight "China and India, Powerhouses of the World." Fernandez, a freelance agri-journalist in Quincy, is a member of the Illinois Agriculture Leadership Program class of 2012 and will share her experiences from the program's international trip.

The seminar is free, but seating is limited.

Reservations, due Thursday, and more information are available by calling 357-3112 or 659-7776.

 

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