Author Archive | Felecia Davis

Four Graduate ProValue Peak Performance

Central Prairie Co-op had four employees attend the ProValue Peak Performance Management training that was set up over a four month period. The training was designed to help prepare management employees to be more efficient, organized and to get the most out of the employees they supervise. The series was broken up into four sessions […]

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Nonprofit Organizations Receive Donations

As a part of Central Prairie Co-op’s commitment to giving back to local communities, the Central Prairie Co-op Board of Directors are pleased to announce that twelve nonprofit organizations have received “matching-fund” donations this year. Central Prairie Co-op along with the Land O’Lakes Foundation have donated “matching-funds” to help support the following organizations: Aging Projects […]

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Fuel Pumps Under Construction

Beginning Monday, November 27th, the Sterling Station will be receiving new fuel pumps. This process will take approximately two weeks. Fuel will still be available during construction! Please be patient at this time, it will be worth it!

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CPC Involved in Career Expo

Over 5,000 students from schools in Kansas participated in the ESSDACK Career & Post-Secondary Expo at the Hutchinson Mall on November 8, 2017. Central Prairie Co-op had three booths at the Career Fair including Fuels, Feed and Grain. Between the three booths, over 2,000 students were able to have a hands-on opportunity to see the […]

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Fun Facts from the Feed Dept

It amazes me on a daily basis when I start adding up how much feed we sack in a day or how many tons of feed go out of our feed mills and stores each month. That is a good thing and the “name of the game”. So I put together some “Fun Facts”!  The […]

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New CPC Board Members

New 2017 – 2018 Board of Directors Jenny Burgess is from Sterling, Kansas and grew up on a small hobby farm outside of Sterling. She married Geoffrey Burgess, and they have two kids, Dillan and Jessica. They all reside south of Sterling and farm all dryland Wheat, Corn, Soybeans, and Milo. Jenny co-owns and operates […]

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