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Summer GUIDE #2


SANTA ROSA, CA. ~ In March, Sonoma County Farm Bureau was set to host over 4,500 Kin- dergarten through 6th Grade students at the annual Ag Days event, which is an agricultural education experience held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. Un- fortunately, concerns as- sociated with COVID-19 forced Farm Bureau to first postpone and even- tually cancel the much loved event. Prior to at- tending Ag Days, stu- dents across Sonoma County created and en- tered works of art in the Ag Days Pre-Event con- test. This year’s theme, “Sonoma County Agri- culture—From Farm to Table” inspired entries in the bookmark, essay, mural, poster, postcard, and recipe contests and gave opportunities for students to learn about agriculture in the classroom. We received over 1,000 entries and awarded prizes to 110 students and classes. Sonoma County Farm


Bureau Executive Di- rector Tawny Tesconi said that she looks forward to receiving Ag Days con- test entries each year and that she was very disappointed that Farm Bureau could not honor award recipients at the annual Ag Days Awards Dinner. “It is great to see so many Sonoma County students ap- plying what they have learned about


agricul-


ture to their many con- test creations,” Tesconi said. “I was able to par- ticipate in several Zoom classroom meetings to present contest winners with their awards. It re- ally meant a lot to see how excited


the stu-


dents and their class- mates were.” Julianne Madrid who is


a 2nd Grader at Brook Hill Elementary was the Grand Prize Essay Win- ner. She wrote, “Do you know why farm to table in Sonoma County is im- portant? Well farm to ta- ble is important because food is healthier, there is less pollution, food


is also fresher, and it supports farmers. Food is fresh because when farmers pick food from the plants, they bring it to the market fast. It doesn’t go to a factory or through a long cycle. That helps our food stay healthy. Also, as I said, it supports local farm- ers. When that happens farmers get encouraged and work harder and get more money! So, I suggest you buy more stuff at the farmers market. Now you know why farm to table is im- portant.”


Mercia Nguyen, a 2nd


Grader at Proctor Ter- race, was the Bookmark Contest Grand Prize Winner, Jayden Lam- bert, a 1st Grade stu- dent at Apple Blossom School was the Postcard Contest Grand Prize Winner, Ella Travaglini, a 4th Grader at Windsor Christian Academy re- ceived the Poster Con- test Grand Prize, Mrs Peterson’s Special Ed- ucation Class at Brooks Elementary won the Mu-


UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • JULY 2020 • Pg 11


Sonoma County Farm Bureau Congratulates 2020 Ag Days Contest Winners


ral Contest Grand Prize, and Mrs. Szczech’s 2nd Grade Class at St. Rose School was the Recipe Contest Grand Prize Winner. Farm Bureau appreci- ates all who participated and congratulates the winning students and classes. Please visit sonomafb.org/ for a full list of contest winners.


“We are made for loving. If we don’t love, we will be like plants


without water.” Desmond Tutu


We Are OPEN!


BUYING U.S. GOLD COINS


$1.00 GOLD...............................................................$140.00 & up $2.50 GOLD...............................................................$200.00 & up $3.00 GOLD...............................................................$550.00 & up $5.00 GOLD...............................................................$350.00 & up $10.00 GOLD.............................................................$700.00 & up $20.00 GOLD..........................................................$1,500.00 & up $50.00 GOLD 1851 to 1855..................................$10,000.00 & up


BUYING


SILVER DIMES 1964 & Before.......................................$1.21 & up SILVER QUARTERS 1964 & Before..............................$3.03 & up SILVER HALF 1964 & Before.........................................$6.05 & up SILVER HALF 1965 to 1970...........................................$1.67 & up SILVER DOLLAR 1878 to 1904....................................$17.00 & up SILVER DOLLAR 1921 to 1935....................................$12.00 & up


HALF CENTS 1793-1857 LARGE CENTS 1793-1857


BUYING – OLDER U.S. COINS –BUYING DIMES 1796-1891


$30.00 & up $10.00 & up


FLYING EAGLE CENTS 1856-1858 $12.00 & up TWO & THREE CENTS 1851-1889 HALF DIMES 1794-1873


SHIELD NICKELS 1866-1883 LIBERTY NICKELS 1883-1913 . BUFFALO NICKELS 1913-1938


$7.00 & up $7.00 & up $8.00 & up .40 & up .25 & up


TWENTY CENTS 1875-1878 QUARTERS 1796-1891


HALF DOLLARS 1794-1839 HALF DOLLARS 1839-1891 DOLLARS 1794-1804


TRADE DOLLARS 1873-1885


$7.00 & up $55.00 & up $11.00 & up $30.00 & up $14.00 & up $700.00 & up $45.00 & up


SEATED DOLLARS 1840-1873 $150.00 & up


2490 W. 3rd St. The corner of W. 3rd St. & Fulton 544-1621


Call after 1p.m. for gold & Silver current prices Open 6 Days, Mon.-Sat. 9a.m. ‘til 5pm • Closed Sundays


“A dried plant is nothing but a sign to plant a new one” ~ Priyansh Shah UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • JULY 2020 • Pg 11


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