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FORT MOHAVE — A local farm’s summer harvest is offering kernels of support to a local nonprofit.

Wakimoto Farms is offering its harvest of sweet corn to the public from 6 a.m. to noon Saturday and Sunday at Tri-State Shooting Park, 4831 Boundary Cone Road, 7 miles east of Highway 95. All proceeds from sales benefit the shooting park. Sweet corn, produce and specialty items will also be available at Wakimoto Farms store, 7480 Highway 95.

“We’re inviting the public to come out and use the shooting range, try some fresh corn and then buy some to take home,” said Robbie Love, Tri-State Shooting Park Inc., vice president. “We’re really grateful to Victor Wakimoto and Wakimoto Farms for their ongoing support.”

“All the money from our fundraisers goes back to the club to support the park and its programs,”

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