Noble County Farm Bureau 2022 Annual meeting

The Noble County Farm Bureau will hold its 2022 Annual Meeting on Friday, Aug. 5, in the Floral Hall, Noble County Fairgrounds, County Rd 56, Caldwell. The dinner will be catered by Hog Hollow BBQ and will be served at 6:30 p.m.

The annual meeting business session will see members voting on code changes, proposed policies, electing Board of Trustee members, and electing delegates to the Ohio Farm Bureau 2023 annual meeting. President Jason Feldner said, “Many of our members have concerns that we as an organization want to address.” He encourages all members to attend the meeting to be well informed.

Reservations are requested by July 25. There is no cost to attend, although donations will be gladly accepted. Ohio Farm Bureau is a grassroots membership organization that works to support our state’s food and farm community. For more information, reservations, or to join Farm Bureau contact Noble County Farm Bureau at 740-425-3681, 866-855-7190 or [email protected].

Noble County Farm Bureau 2022 annual meeting details, August 5, 2022 at Noble County Fairgrounds Floral Hall

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