VWC Helps Jerome Marching Band perform in D.C.


Jerome, Idaho – Valley Wide Cooperative donates a total of $250 to the Jerome High School Marching Band. The money will go to help fund the students perform in the Washington D.C. Independence Day Parade. They will be representing the state of Idaho. The Marching Band is directed by Hiroshi Fukuoka who is listed in the picture receiving the check from Director of Marketing Jason Pollard. The Tigers will be featured alongside other bands and parade performers as they make their way down Constitution Ave. and end at the National Mall between the White House and the Washington Monument. Jerome High School will be taking 36 students, plus additional chaperones, to help with this great opportunity.

Pictured from Left to Right:
Gordon Kealaiki, Angela Chojnacky, Cari Heuer, Jason Pollard –(Director of Marketing for Valley Wide Cooperative) Hiroshi Fukuoka – (Band Director) Jerome Marching Band Students, Keelie Campbell, Janet Avery, Jennifer Jones, and Matt Chojnacky

Since 1920 Valley Wide Cooperative has been helping farmers and ranchers build their homes and businesses through dedication and expertise. Valley Wide Cooperative is involved in every community we are a part of, and we are helping to cultivate and strengthen the current and next generation of farmers.