November 30, 2022 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Kids say

Second graders from PVO South tell us if they would like to be a farmer.
This post is sponsored by Longview Bank.


Would you like to be a farmer, why or why not?
Jacob: Yes because farmers do more and more stuff.
Isaac: Yes, I would because I would have animals.
Alea: Yes, because I would take care of animals.
Angela: No, it is too much for me.
Deacon: Yes, because there is a lot of cows, horses and chikins.

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