With the end of spring and completion of seeding, comes the arrival of much warmer temperatures and of course weeds and pests. Chemical and fungicide season has come upon us and it has been a busy one. The Carseland team has been ensuring that all of our customers are receiving products that are particular to their needs.
During the middle of June, CHS Dynagra had an online auction from June 18-25, 2014 to sell off the surplus equipment that each location had. All of the equipment was situated at the Carseland location so that those interested could view it and gather any information about it from Lorne Jones.
Throughout the summer, our small community likes to put together a few different functions to celebrate the community as a whole, and being a part of this community CHS Dynagra, has been a contributor to a couple of community events. Our small team in Carseland took part in the Carseland Aggie Days Parade on Saturday, June 21. Regardless of the poor weather, we were still able to decorate one of our trucks. Bob and Mike were the real troopers and threw treats out for all of the kids. It was great to see the excitement on everybody’s faces. Our location also donated to the Lion’s Club to assist with their part in the Aggie Days Weekend fun. Our next community function is the Carseland Centennial celebration which is coming up July 18-20. We have contributed funds to assist with making more memorable moments.
From July 14-16, the CHS Dynagra team met together in Calgary to attend a series of informative sessions. After the large group sessions, many of the CHS Dynagra team displayed some great skill on the Boulder Creek Golf Course in Langdon. After golf, everybody partook in an awesome steak dinner put on by the Golf Course, enjoyed great discussions, and had many laughs and shared some pretty hilarious stories of their adventures both on and off the course. It was a great team building event and was received well by all that attended.
Hope to see you all soon,
The CHS DynAgra Team