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A Chenoa, Illinois, farmer and Prairie Central High School need your help to make a difference in the community. Dean Atkins is one of 10 finalists in the second annual Power to Do More contest, sponsored by Resicore® corn herbicide from Corteva Agriscience™,Agriculture Division of DowDupont™.
Resicore will award the top three vote-earners a community donation of $10,000 and a trip for two to each winners’ dream sports field.
In his entry, Atkins uploaded a photo showing the power on his farm. He also nominated the Prairie Central High School’s track and football field for the community donation; Atkins said he would like to visit Wrigley Field in Chicago.
To help Atkins and Prairie Central High School win, vote daily and share the voting website — PowerToDoMore.com — with your friends, family and neighbors. Voting ends Sunday, April 22. Winners will be notified in May.