Matthew Ruff will receive a $500 scholarship.Read More
Josiah Paul, soon to be a graduate of Logan Elm High School, is one of the Pickaway County Farm Bureau’s scholarship recipients. He will attend OSU Agricultural Technical Institute and major in crop management and diesel mechanics.
Board member Keith Summers attended the awards night and presented Josiah a Certificate of Achievement. Josiah will receive a $500 check at the Pickaway County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting on Sept. 7, 2022 at Flora and Field.
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Pickaway and Delaware Counties: Farms to Food Banks project was selected as a national County Activities of Excellence winner.Read More
Ohio Farm Bureau has prepared this summary of key topics covered during the December board meeting and Ohio Farm Bureau annual meeting.Read More