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Family Legacies Grown Locally Seminar by Baker Boyer Bank
January 3, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am$6
PASCO, Wash. — The fifth annual Receiving a Family Legacy seminar at TRAC Center will feature Jordan Dunn-Small of Woodward Canyon Winery.
D.S. Baker Advisors and Baker Boyer Bank present the seminar in conjunction with the 2017 Eastern Washington Ag Expo. Admission is $5 plus a can of food, or $6 total.
Dunn-Small, a minority partner in her family’s operation, organizes sales and production at the Lowden, Wash., winery. She will be joined by Peter Allen, executive vice-president of Baker Boyer Bank; and Kate Lampson, director of public relations and communications for Lampson International.
The panel moderator is Lori Lancaster, executive director of the Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo.