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Missaukee history celebration bridges generations

Missaukee County Farm Bureau’s Local History Team hosted its “Then and Now” event April 23 in an event barn near Falmouth, welcoming scores of members to celebrate the area’s rich agricultural legacy.

By every available measure the effort was a great success, with far more members than expected turning out and taking part in what ended up transcending a mere stroll down memory lane.

With attendees running the gamut from Young Farmers to Community Group veterans, the event became an exercise in unity, with members of all generations coming together across the common ground that binds the agricultural community into a unified farm family.

Missaukee’s Local History Team involved local media from the get-go to amplify that unification. And Cadillac News reporter Bryce Airgood didn’t disappoint, penning this worthy recap in her paper’s April 30 edition.

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