The Wilbur-Ellis Chester Branch has again put their “Pink Seed Promotion” to work locally in Flandreau. Mike Blum, far right, of Wilbur-Ellis presents a check to Cody & Leanne Amdahl with their children, Boyd, Mayvre and Elodie (in front).
Over the past few years the employees at Wilbur-Ellis Chester Branch has committed a portion of the soybean seed treatment profits to local Cancer organizations in Moody and Lake Counties. One of this year’s recipients is Liberty’s Troops. As you know, Liberty’s Troops was started by Cody and Leanne Amdahl in memory of their daughter Liberty. The non-profit organization’s main purpose is “Helping small children fight big battles.” The donations assist families with travel expenses, groceries, medical expense, etc. The Pink Seed Promotion started four years ago and its main focus was to bring awareness to the local communities on the fight with Cancer and is closing in on $40,000 in total donations to area organizations. Wilbur-Ellis Company is a family owned company that prides itself on family values and being involved with the communities they serve.