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SeCans Grow a Leader program benefits Renfrew 4-H SeCan, formed in 1976, is the largest supplier of certified seed to Canadian farmers with more than 700 independent seed business members from coast to coast engaged in seed production, processing and marketing. A primary goal is promoting leading genetics and making them available to all farmers. Several Renfrew County 4-H Clubs participated in SeCans Grow a Leader program and were awarded funding to continue the projects of each club. The staff at Barclay Dick and Son Farm Supplies were instrumental in encouraging the 4-H members to participate. Both organizations were presented with Supporter Signs in appreciation. Seen here are Reuben Stone, President of Valley Bio and a member of SeCan, presenting to Renfrew County 4-H Leader Brandy Matheson a cheque for more than $3,000 earned by 4-H members who participated in the Grow a Leader program. Courtesy photo
 
   
   
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