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4-H Project Delivers Sweet Corn To Local Nursing Homes

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Courtney Mosbacher loads up a truck with freshly-picked sweet corn picked at Glendell Farm in Waterloo. - photo by Curt Sondag
Courtney Mosbacher loads up a truck with freshly-picked sweet corn picked at Glendell Farm in Waterloo. - photo by Curt Sondag

Thanks to the generosity of a farm family and the hard work by a local youth group, Waterloo senior citizens are enjoying freshly-picked corn on the cob. The Hartman family of Glendell Farms donated the acreage to grow sweet corn for a 4-H project. The local 4-H picks the corn and delivers it to local …

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