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Nebo School District honors Doug and Carol Ford, Mountain Country Foods

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Nebo School District honored Doug and Carol Ford, owners of Mountain Country Foods, with the 2018 Business Educator Partnership Award at the recent Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber banquet in January 2019.

“The Ford family made a large contribution to the safety of schools,” said Hiskey. “The entire Ford family gives of their time, talents and treasure. Carol Ford has actually served as a volunteer in local schools for 34 years,” stated Lana Hiskey, community relations administrator. “The education of our students is much more enhanced with the support we receive from business partners. These generous business donors truly make a significant impact on our teachers and students. Thank you Ford Family!”

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“When students in Nebo School District are engaged and empowered, they are more successful. Collaborating with these business partners, such as Mountain Country Foods, continues to strengthen our schools in Nebo, and strong schools create better leaders for tomorrow. Thank you,” said Rick Nielsen, Superintendent.

Thank you Mountain Country Foods for supporting a quality education for our 33,000 students!

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