Jeff Rasawehr says, "It's Time to Set the Record Straight".Jeff is a Mercer County farmer and thekind of person you'd like to have as yourneighbor. He's always willing to helppeople and serve those in thecommunity he has lived in for 46 years."My family has lived in Mercer Countysince the Civil War," Jeff said. Jeff servedas a church deacon, is a Friend of 4-Haward winner, won the Lake ErieWatershed Award for Mercer County forwater protection and is a contributor tothe St. John Builders in Mercer County."I was raised in Mercer County and launched my company, CenterSeeds, here, Jeff said. "As Center Seeds grew into a national seedcompany I didn't want to forget my roots. So, giving back to thecommunity is important to me."There is an old saying that says, "No good deed goes unpunished"and Jeff feels like that applies to him. "I've been a good citizen to thiscounty. But county officials have launched a systematic smearcampaign against me, says Jeff. "It's time to set the record straight!It's time people in the county know what has happened to mebecause they could be next."Watch your paper for the next part of thestory where Jeff reveals the smear campaignhe is enduring and who is responsible

Date: August 12, 2017

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Jeff Rasawehr says, "It's Time to Set the Record Straight". Jeff is a Mercer County farmer and the kind of person you'd like to have as your neighbor. He's always willing to help people and serve those in the community he has lived in for 46 years. "My family has lived in Mercer County since the Civil War," Jeff said. Jeff served as a church deacon, is a Friend of 4-H award winner, won the Lake Erie Watershed Award for Mercer County for water protection and is a contributor to the St. John Builders in Mercer County. "I was raised in Mercer County and launched my company, Center Seeds, here, Jeff said. "As Center Seeds grew into a national seed company I didn't want to forget my roots. So, giving back to the community is important to me." There is an old saying that says, "No good deed goes unpunished" and Jeff feels like that applies to him. "I've been a good citizen to this county. But county officials have launched a systematic smear campaign against me, says Jeff. "It's time to set the record straight! It's time people in the county know what has happened to me because they could be next." Watch your paper for the next part of the story where Jeff reveals the smear campaign he is enduring and who is responsible

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