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Erie County Farm Bureau volunteers and staff worked tirelessly throughout another challenging membership campaign in 2023 and helped the organization receive the Milestone Award for achieving membership gain.
“No matter how good your organization is and how easy it may be to see the full value of joining it, membership campaigns are a big lift, and our counties are up for the challenge year in and year out,” said Paul Lyons, Ohio Farm Bureau vice president of membership. “I can’t thank our volunteers enough for their dedication to telling their story and inviting others to join them as a member of Farm Bureau.”
At the conclusion of the campaign, Erie County earned the Milestone Award, to commemorate achieving membership gain.
Farm Bureau is open to all who support the organization’s mission, whether you work professionally in the agriculture industry or simply appreciate and understand the value of agriculture in our community. Benefits include access to Farm Bureau business solutions, having a voice in Farm Bureau’s advocacy efforts, discounts on some Nationwide products, as well as products and services essential to the farm and food community.
The membership campaign for 2024 is already underway. To find out more about becoming a member of Ohio Farm Bureau or to volunteer to help the grassroots organization continue to grow, visit ohiofarmbureau.org/membership.
Ohio Farm Bureau’s mission is working together for Ohio farmers to advance agriculture and strengthen our communities. Learn more at ohiofarmbureau.org.
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