This year’s Ag Studies Program Fundraiser will be located at the Mildred W. and Doyle E. Carlton Jr. Cracker Country at the Florida State Fairgrounds on Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 10-2. Whether you have been to Cracker Country or never experienced it, you will want to be at this Family Day event. Cracker Country is an outdoor living history museum where you can see, touch and feel what rural pioneer Florida was like between 1870-1912.  We have raised $770,000 toward the $2 million needed for the Ag Complex. It’s imperative that we raise the other funds since this Fall, Warner University officially received the first class for the Agricultural Studies Program. Almost thirty students are enrolled in the Ag Studies major and arrived on campus August 28. We will have activities for all ages, a delicious lunch and a Live and Silent Auction. Hope to see you there.

To purchase tickets or donate to the Ag Studies Complex, click here and enter Cracker Country in the Gift Designation area. Tickets are $100 per adult; all children under the age of 18 are free, when accompanied by parents. A confirmation post card with directions will be mailed upon receipt and will serve as your event ticket.