Visit NC Farms Scavenger Hunt Winner

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Holly Berry Visit NC Farms Scavenger Hunt Winner

We have a winner – Congratulations to Holly Berry! Holly participated in the Anson County Visit NC Farms Scavenger Hunt. By using the QR code reader she accessed the online questionnaire, downloaded the Visit NC Farms app, and answered survey questions about each Anson farm by visiting their business profiles. Her name was randomly chosen from all the entries.

“I can’t believe I won!” Holly said as she came by the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Anson County office to receive her prize. The gift basket contained a variety of pork, poultry, produce, eggs, cheese, ointments, and wine.
A special thank you to our contributing Anson farms and agribusinesses: Vineyard at the Old Place, Brown Creek Creamery, Thy Will Be Done, Bountiful Harvest, Pee Dee Orchards, Old Blue Farms, Anson High School’s Future Farmers of America, and Abundant Living Farms.