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Rural women from Fitchburg and Dunn townships started the sewing circle on December 1, 1915.

The women met at the home of Amanda Culp and decided to form a social club founded on the idea of "neighborliness." They called themselves Swan Creek Sewing Circle for the school district in which they lived.

I would have never met him if it were not for Farm Bureau.” – Maria Woldt Ryan Ripp and Brianna Ditzenberger Dane County Brianna Ditzenberger and Ryan Ripp were introduced at the 2011 World Dairy Expo.

The company Brianna and Ryan’s sister were working for had a suite at the Expo and Ryan popped in between internship interviews to say hello to his sister.

The club started with fifteen women and soon grew to more than thirty.

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