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Perdue AgriBusiness, Inc. Donates To Community Foundations Disaster Relief Fund

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SALISBURY, Md. - A local organization has donated the funds from their golf tournament to go towards disaster relief. Perdue AgriBusiness, Inc. gave the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore's Disaster Relief Fund $1,575.

The money was the proceeds from their annual "Turkey Open" golf tournament. Donations to the fund are used to help recover efforts from Hurricane Sandy, right here on the Lower Eastern Shore.

If you would like to donate to the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore's Disaster Relief Fund please visit their website www.cfes.org or call 410-742-9911.

Pictured (left to right) are:  (holding check) Terry Sullivan, Assistant to the President; and John Ade, Vice President, Grain Division.  Also pictured are:  Paul Wellinghoff, Manager, Hedge & Risk Management; Bruce Roberts, Manager, Soymeal Merchandising; Doug Wilson, President, Community Foundation; Kathy Klein, Vice-President, Co-Product Sales; John Cassidy, Vice President, Perdue Grain & Oilseed, LLC; and Richard L. Willey, President, Perdue AgriBusiness, Inc.

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