The Jefferson County Farm Bureau office will be moving to a new location Sept. 28. It will be in the former Bantam Ridge Elementary School at 587 Bantam Ridge Road in Wintersville. Stop in, say hello and take a tour of our new facility. The office phone number will remain the same: 740.266.6603....
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Kaylee Sabo, Erika Cline and Cierra Leput show off part of their "How Did That Get In My Lunchbox" cupcake display at the county fair. The event was recently held at the county fair in Jefferson County. The team created a lunchbox with a sandwich, apple, cupcake, carrot and a bottle of water. The cupcakes were auctioned off with the proceeds going to a youth scholarship for a Farm Bureau member...
Jefferson County Policy Writing Meeting will be Thursday, July 12th @ 7:30pm at the Farm Bureau office. Please join us in formulating local, state and national policy for Jefferson County to work on in the upcoming year. Policies will be voted on at the county annual meeting Thursday, September 6th at The Countryside starting at 6:00p.m. with the Candidates Reception. ...
Thursday, September 6th is the date set for the County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting, to be held at The Countryside in Richmond. There will be a 'Meet the Candidate' hour prior to the dinner/meeting. New members will be recognized as well as membership volunteers and other county leaders. Watch your July newsletter, this website or 'like' us on Facebook for more information!...
Jefferson County Farm Bureau will be hosting cupcake wars again this year at the county fair. The event will be held on Thursday, Aug. 16. The theme for this year is "How Did That Get In My Lunchbox?" based on the OFBF award winning book. The event is open to any child in 7-12 grade and is limited to the first six teams to register. No more than three members per team and at least one team mem...
The county Farm Bureau will be holding its Policy Development resource meeting Monday, June 11 at Eat n Park in Steubenville at 9:30 a.m. This is the time for Farm Bureau members and elected officials throughout the county to give some thought to issues facing agriculture and your areas of concern. These policies will them be compiled and presented to the membership to vote on at our Annual Meeti...
Jefferson County Farm Bureau will be sponsoring the Agriculture Educator’s Award again this year for teachers who teach in the Jefferson County school system. The winner selected will receive $250 to use for the purchase of agricultural materials to use in the classroom and will be recognized at the annual meeting in September. Agriculture is an integral part of Jefferson County's economy. The aw...
The Promotion and Education Committee of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau will be hosting its biennial Rural Urban Soiree' Thursday, April 26, 2012. The event will be held at Zalenski's Family Eatery in Wintersville. Dinner will begin at 6 p.m. Join special guest speaker Shriley Griffin as she talks about "Closets Full of Clothes and Nothing to Wear". Come out and enjoy a delicious meal with c...
Did you know that you can call your county office and give them your debit/credit card number over the phone? Your dues will show paid within 24 hours. How easy is that? Credit card information is then destroyed and not kept on file. Eliminate those volunteer phone calls and save yourself the postage and hassles. We'll even mail you a receipt! Pick up the phone and call the Farm Bureau office at 7...
Jefferson County Farm Bureau is now accepting applications for our College Scholarships. We will be awarding three $500 scholarships this year for graduating seniors and students currently enrolled in a college or technical school. Applications can be picked up at the county office or can be sent electronically. Contact us for more information. 740.266.6603 or email us at email@example.com. De...
Organization Director:Michele Specht
Mailing Address:587 Bantam Ridge Road, Suite B
Wintersville, OH 43953
Office Hours:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dues:$60 per year for a family membership
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