Farm Bureau Appreciation Dinner a Success

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Farm Bureau Appreciation Dinner a Success


Our Farm Bureau Act Appreciation Dinner last Tuesday evening at the Benton Elks was well attended, and the food was amazing. Kevin Semlow, director of state legislation for the Illinois Farm Bureau, came and spoke, letting everyone know what is going on in the state and in Washington. He was very informative, and everyone enjoyed hearing what he had to say.

A special thanks goes out to the Elks Club and everyone that helped to serve and to cook the great meal, and also to all of our sponsors for the evening: Franklin County Country Financial representatives, Consolidated Grain and Barge, Southern FS, Dow-DuPont and Farm Credit Services.

Just in time for Easter dinner, Franklin County Farm Bureau Young Leaders are taking orders for smoked pork loin. Orders will be ready for pick-up March 28 and 29. A half loin is $35 and a full loin $50. To order, see a Young Leader or call 618-435-3616. Orders must be in by March 21. All profits will be used for county scholarships.

The Foundation Scholarship and the Young Leaders Scholarships are available to anyone attending a post-secondary school to study in an agriculture related field. All applicants must be a resident of Illinois and must be a Franklin County Farm Bureau Member or dependent in good standing.

The Foundation and the Young Leaders both will award scholarships based on academic performance and honors, rank in class, ACT/SAT score, community involvement, demonstrating an interest in agriculture and/or agribusiness, character and personality, maturity, intellectual interest, moral character and demonstration of leadership skills.

Applications must be returned to the Franklin County Farm Bureau no later than April 5 to be eligible for consideration for the 2018 scholarships. Applications are available now and may be picked up the at the Franklin County Farm Bureau Building at 1210 Highway 14 West in Benton. …

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