On May 28th, Pangman area farmers began seeding another crop for the Pangman Charity Farm project – a half section of land dedicated to raising money for Pangman School. You can read the entire article which appeared in the Deep South Star.
Harvest Day arrived on Sunday, September 12th and what a beautiful day it was. The weather was perfect, the crop was ready and men and machinery moved into the field, ready to combine and get the grain into the bins. Volunteers and machinery gathered in the yard of Ken and Joyce Kaufmann around 10 a.m. ready to go to work. You can read the entire article which appeared in the Deep South Star.
The Pangman Charity Farms project wishes to express their appreciation to everyone who helped out with the project. Thanks to Ken and Joyce Kaufmann for the morning lunch, and use of their yard for the day. Special thanks to all who took the time from their own fields to provide machinery and help to harvest the crop. Thank you to the following for their contributions towards this project: Richardson Pioneer, E. Bourassa & Sons, Pangman Co-Op, Grainbelt Agencies, R.M. of Norton, Radius Credit Union, Ceylon Pulses, Weyburn Inland Terminal, Municipal Hail, Morris Industries and Bayer Crop Science and Weyburn Kentucky Fried Chicken. Without your help this project would not have been possible.by