It's Annual Meeting time again! Tuscarawas County members will hold their annual meeting on Tuesday, August 21st at JIM's Place at 228 West High Avenue in New Philadelphia. Meet the Candidates reception will begin at 6 p.m. with the meal and meeting starting at 7 p.m. Reserve your seat by calling the Farm Bureau at 330.339.7211 right away. Cost per person is $10. This is where policy is set for th...
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Audit committee members pictured are looking over the accounts for the 2011-2012 fiscal year. We operate on a July 1 through June 30 fiscal year. An audit is conducted every July by Farm Bureau members in the county office. A step by step process is utilized so committee members can cross check income and expenses. A very detailed audit worksheet is used which is developed by Ohio Farm Bureau. Pri...
Three member businesses have added benefits to your savings! Davis Radiator Shop at 1840 N Water St Uhrichsville is offering 10% off air conditioning services to Farm Bureau member cardholders. A longtime family owned business near Uhrichsville, their phone number is 740.922.4285. Sammy Sue's BBQ - located in Dover at 237 Front St is offering 10% off entire purchase (dine in only). Their number is...
It's that time of year again -the time when we ask for input into policy from our members. There will be a luncheon meeting on Monday, June 25th at the Dover Comfort Inn at 11:30. Lunch will be catered. There is no cost for attending - we just ask that you call the office to reserve a meal. We will have resource people from around the county helping us with issues and concerns which need attention...
Tuesday, August 21st is the date set for the County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting, to be held at JIM's Place in New Philadelphia. 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. Schumaker Farms will be catering a delicious meal. Watch your July newsletter, this website or 'like' us on Face...
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture presented its fifth annual Book of the Year award to Chris Butterworth for "How Did That Get In My Lunchbox? The Story of Food." The book shows young readers how each ingredient made its journey to their lunchbox. Illustrations, by Lucia Gaggiotti, highlight many aspects of farming and include information on food safety and nutrition. The foundat...
The County Chamber of Commerce and Farm Bureau are co-sponsoring the June Business After Hours - "Down on the Farm" on Thursday, June 14th from 5 - 7:30 pm. The event will be held at the Steel Dairy Farm and Cookhouse at 2700 Steel Road NW, Dover. Attendees may watch the dairy at work milking cows, pet the dairy calves and visit the Sugarhouse where maple syrup is made. Best of all the Dover Steel...
Save 10 percent on regular prices by showing your membership card at Miller's Clothing & Shoes. Located in downtown New Philadelphia (159 W High Ave) Miller's is your only stop for the name brands you know, at prices you can afford. Featuring popular brands such as Haggar, Wrangler, Pendleton, Red Wing, Van Heusen, Carolina, Dexter, LaCrosse, and a full line of Carhartt for men and boys. Tuxed...
Tuscarawas County Farmer and Board Member Eric Kinsey is working ground between the sunshine, cold temps and drizzle Mother Nature is sharing with us....
We hope each week to feature some of our county membership benefits! This week we'd like to feature Park St. Pizza in Sugarcreek,Yoder's Hometown Market in Dover and Trax Diner in Dennison. Park Street Pizza in Sugarcreek has been named best pizza in the county! They offer Farm Bureau members 10% off an order - carryout or delivery! Call and order at 330-852-2993 - you won't be disappointed! Yoder...
Organization Director:Michele Specht
Mailing Address:2146 E. High Ave.
New Philadelphia, OH 44663
Office Hours:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dues:$65 per year for a family membership
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- Leadership development, networking, social gatherings
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