This year’s Ag Studies Program Fundraiser was held at the Mildred W. and Doyle E. Carlton Jr. Cracker Country at the Florida State Fairgrounds on Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 10-2. Cracker Country is an outdoor living history museum where you can see, touch and feel what rural pioneer Florida was like between 1870-1912.  Over 200 people attended and helped raise money through the silent and live auction toward the $2 million needed for the Ag Complex.  Warner University officially received the first class for the Agricultural Studies Program beginning this fall, 2013. Almost all of the thirty students enrolled in the Ag Studies major were on hand to help with the event on October 26. The donors who have adopted rooms in the Complex were introduced, the Florida State Whip Popping Champion demonstrated his skills, a delicious lunch was served and a tour of the Florida Cattlemen Museum was a special treat for all.  You can receive information on the naming opportunities in the Ag Complex by contacting Doris Gukich, Vice President of Advancement, 863-638-7611 or doris.gukich@www.warner.edu.