Review: These are the hottest topics of the 25th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone

Review: These are the hottest topics of the 25th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone


Also in the week of June 20th. Until June 27th, 2021 many articles worth reading have been published, which we have put together for you. The selection is made automatically by the system based on the number of hits and is therefore not influenced by the editorial team. You won't miss a hot topic:


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Fun Auction raises $10,100 for college scholarships at COBA’s 75th celebration

COBA/Select Sires celebrated it 75th anniversary with several days of activities include a Fun Auction that raised $10,100 for college scholarships. (Submitted photo)

COLUMBUS –Seventy-five years in business – a milestone that few businesses have reached. Yet, COBA/Select Sires celebrates that exact achievement in 2021. To memorialize the 75th anniversary, a series of events was hosted in the greater Columbus area June 16-18. To begin the events, COBA’s board of directors met on Wednesday. An open house and annual meeting were held for member-owner-customers on Thursday, a special dinner celebration was hosted for the board and delegates Thursday evening, and the week was closed out with delegate meetings on Friday morning.

The open house was kicked off with guests visiting the newly renovated COBA/Select Sires office in Columbus. At Select Sires Inc., in Plain City, Ohio, the event continued with a bull parade, which lead into lunch by Heflin’s Caterers, and COBA’s annual meeting. General manager Duane Logan and board president Chad Steinberger led the meeting to update attendees about the state of the cooperative, events over the last two years, and the projected future. (Livestreams of the bull parade and annual meeting are available on COBA’s Facebook page.) Upon conclusion of the meeting, guests enjoyed touring Select Sires’ facilities and learning more about their processes and procedures. Member-owner-customers representing all eight states of COBA’s service territory and Mexico were present to enjoy the festivities.

The special dinner celebration on Thursday evening was held at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. Special guests and distinguished service award recipients were recognized. Steinberger and Logan addressed the crowd, and ag comedian Drew Hastings engaged the audience with his entertaining humor. Topping the night was a fun auction to raise money for college scholarships to students whose families are COBA member-owner-customers. A total of $10,100 was raised by selling COBA memorabilia, far surpassing the $2,720 raised at the 50th celebration’s fun auction. Auctioneer for the evening was Randall Kiko, of Kiko Auctioneers in northeast Ohio, who also sits on the COBA board of directors. Kiko’s entertaining ringmen for the auction were Bob Griggs, Kirby Pair, Steve Deam, Tyler Chupp, Chad Steinberger and Kevin Jorgensen. High-dollar items for the auction included a vintage COBA thermometer that sold for $2,000, a 1986 gold-plated commemorative plate auctioned for $1,000 and a 50th COBA anniversary sperm cup that sold for $800.

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