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Ohio Farm Bureau’s 2022 membership campaign ended March 31 with 65,472 active members and 8,187 community members for a total of 73,663 members. Twenty-five counties achieved active gain and four of those counties achieved total gain.
Ohio Farm Bureau Vice President of Membership Paul Lyons congratulated volunteers on their membership efforts.
“Your dedication to telling your story of why you belong to the organization and the value it brings to you and your community is so very appreciated,” he said, noting that over 500 volunteers signed over 4,000 members during the campaign.
Those who achieved the Murray Lincoln Award for signing at least 50 new or winback members are:
- Nate Andre, Fulton County
- Dirk Dempsey, Jackson-Vinton County
- Connie Goble, Pike County
- Angela Lewis, Scioto County
- Mike Miller, Henry County
- Tracy Robinson, Pike County
- Mick Scott, Jackson-Vinton County
- Carla Taylor, Jackson-Vinton County
- Jessica Taylor, Jackson-Vinton County
- Pam Updike, Jackson-Vinton County
- Ernest Welch, Van Wert County
- Greg Williams, Scioto County
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