Monroe County Farm Bureau officially kicked-off the 2015 membership campaign on January 26, at Meadowbrook High School, Byesville. Approximately 180 people attended the multi-county event to plan and organize their campaigns.
At the event, volunteers were provided with the materials and support needed to carry out the membership drive. The kick-off also reviewed Farm Bureau’s accomplishments from 2014 and provided membership workers with information they can use to answer questions about Farm Bureau. Highlighted this year was the opportunity to win a Polaris 4 Wheeler.
Monroe County Farm Bureau is part of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and its more than 230,000 members. In addition to representing agriculture in statewide legislative and public policy issues, Ohio Farm Bureau also offers a variety of money-saving member benefits that more than pay for the annual membership dues.