OREGON – The Ogle-Carroll Ag in the Classroom annual meal sale is underway
Sets of 10 prepared and frozen meals will be available for pickup Oct. 7. Each meal serves 3 to 5 people, and includes hickory smoked pulled pork, sweet and sour meatballs, baked mostaccioli, cheesy ham and potato casserole, breakfast burritos, cowboy tater casserole, bourbon pulled chicken, cheesy chicken and stuffing casserole, ham balls, and chicken fajitas, all for $165.
Proceeds benefit the Ogle-Carroll Ag in the Classroom program.
Mail orders by Sept. 21 and include your name, phone number, number of meal sets, and payment, payable to Ogle-Carroll Ag Partnership, to 811 S. Clay St. Mount Carroll, IL 61053, or send payment to U of I Extension, 421 W. Pines Road, Oregon, IL 61061. Order online at https://forms.gle/igcj7KX7CKoH7A627.
Agriculture in the Classroom is a statewide K-8 educational program that helps students, teachers, and the general public gain greater awareness of the role of agriculture in the economy and society.
It is offered through the University of Illinois Extension Ogle County in partnership with Ogle County Farm Bureau, Carroll County Farm Bureau, Ogle County Soil & Water, and Carroll County Soil & Water.
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