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Local Equine Event Dates

Published Aug. 14, 2015

Thought you might be interested in learning more, attending and/or supporting three unique local equine events.    #1 Special Olympics - Ohio State Equestrian Competition, Saturday/Sunday Aug. 15 & 16 at Winton Woods Riding Center Winton Woods Riding Center is the only Special Olympics Equestrian training program currently approved in Hamilton County, Ohio. WWRC Special Olympics program provid...

Amazing Grainger Savings

Published Aug. 11, 2015

2014 was a great year – Farm Bureau members across the country saved more than $11.5 million on Grainger catalog products, with an average savings of 28 percent off catalog each prices. Ohio Farm Bureau members always save 10 percent or more off Grainger catalog prices on more than a million different products. PLUS all Farm Bureau Grainger.com orders qualify for FREE standard ground shipping. Vie...

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Equine Movement Therapy

Local Equine Opportunities available

Published Jul. 13, 2015

Here are several unique local equine opportunities available for your participation that I thought you might like to know about: 1.  Elise Bealer, Certified Equine Movement Therapist Presentation (Miami Whitewater Forest Harrison, Ohio) HC-OHC monthly meeting Monday, July 20.  See attached flyer.  FMI: Judy Leonard 812-655-3360, [email protected] (see attachment) 2.  Cathy Jones Forseberg Jumpi...

Hamilton County 4-H Community Fair July 15 - 18, 2015

Published Jul. 7, 2015

Rolling Stone Rodeo Co. is back! The Hamilton County 4-H Community Fair. is pleased to be providing an action packed, family oriented evening of Entertainment featuring the Bulls, Broncos & Barrels Rodeo. The rodeo will be on Saturday, July 18th at 7:00 p.m. Rodeo sponsored by Hamilton County Farm Bureau. We will be announcing our scholarship winners at the event. (hc4hcommunityfair.org) Come ...

Annual Meeting set for Sept. 14

Published Jul. 7, 2015

The Hamilton County Farm Bureau annual meeting is just around the corner. So mark your  calendars for Sept. 14, 2015 to be held at “The Farm” 239 Anderson Ferry Rd., Cincinnati, OH  45238. Dinner  6:30-9 p.m. We will be voting on code, policies and new board trustees. RSVP to 513-831-5870.  Hope to see you there! ...

Hamilton County Farm Bureau receives grant for water quality project

Published Jul. 7, 2015

Hamilton County Farm Bureau is assisting with the Dry Fork/Howard Creek Watershed Cover Crop Project, which will work with four key farmers in the watershed to incorporate the use of fall cover crops into their farms. Grant funds, including funds received from Ohio Farm Bureau, will be used to cover half the cost to purchase and apply cover crop seeds wtih the farmer participants providing the rem...

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Great Parks Horse Trail

Published Jun. 23, 2015

Community Partnership Pays off for Great Parks Bridle Trails Great Parks of Hamilton County and the horse community are “riding high” now that a five-year horse trails renovation project is complete. Over 5 miles of horse trails at Miami Whitewater Forest have been reconstructed thanks to community organizations partnering with Great Parks. ...

2015 Photo Contest

Published May. 26, 2015

The 2015 Photo contest guidelines are now available...

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Natalie Pavlick (left), Tyler White, Mercedes Woodson and Leah Brown are finalists in the 2015 Ohio Youth Capital Challe

4 area teens in Ohio Youth Capital Challenge finals

Published May. 21, 2015

Four area teens are finalists in the 2015 Ohio Youth Capital Challenge, which engages young people in community development citizenship. The contest, sponsored by Ohio 4-H, Ohio FFA and the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, brings together youths age 14-18 from around the state to discuss community issues and concerns and then work together to propose policies and programs to solve the issues.  Leah B...

Scholarship recipients announced

Published May. 15, 2015

Elise Diefenbacher- Ed Motz Scholarship - $1,000 – Elise is the daughter of Terry and Brenda Diefenbacher.  She attended Cincinnati Christian High School and will be attending Indiana Wesleyan University to major in Entrepreneurship; Leadership.  Elise plans on using what she learns in college to create a business that directly benefits and hopefully changes America’s eating habits.  Besides worki...

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