Sep 17, 2021

Federated Co-ops with matching funds from CoBank sharing success program donated $4,000 to the Princeton Police Department to help purchase a new K-9 police dog. Their current dog “Skar” will retire in early 2019 once the new dog will ready to go. The canine unit has been able to help keep schools a safe and drug free learning environment by conducting narcotic sniffs in schools. The K9 department has helped in the apprehension of suspects of all different types of crimes. Some of the crimes solved because of the use of the canine unit are: burglaries, assaults, thefts, robberies and drug sales. The unit has also been utilized in locating vulnerable adults and lost people. In the picture is Lindsey Kiel and Mike McMahon from Federated presenting the checks to Officer Jason Cederberg of the K9 unit. Thanks to the police and their K9 unit for all they do to keep our community safe.

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Sep 22,2021
Federated Co-ops CFO Raquel Paulson on left, recently presented a check to Stephanie Hillesheim of the City of Princeton.
Sep 21,2021
The Braham Event Center which is operated by Tusen Tack, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Recently, Federated Co-ops donated $17,500 with Co-Bank matching $7,500.
Sep 20,2021
Raquel Paulson (CFO) and Mike McMahon(CEO) were proud to present a donation to Barry Schreiber of the Mille Lacs County Historical Society on behalf of Federated Co-ops and CHS. Barry and the team of volunteers is doing a great job preserving the history of Mille Lacs County. There are many projects that this donation will help support. Below is the press release.

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