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Lorain County Farm Bureau’s Succession Planning Meeting will take place Nov. 28, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting will be held at LCCC Wellington Center, located at 151 Commerce Drive in Wellington, Ohio. Speakers are Dan Trinter, CLU, ChFC, CPCU and Robert Moore, Attorney & Research Specialist, OSU Agricultural & Resource Law Program.
Lorain County Farm Bureau had a similar meeting in February 2023 with great success. There seems to be a need in the community for this, so the county Farm Bureau is holding another event. We hope you are able to wrap up your fall harvest and join us for this informational session.
No RSVP is needed to attend.
If you have questions regarding Lorain County Farm Bureau, please call 440-877-0706
If you have questions regarding LCCC, please call 440-647-1776 or visit them online HERE.
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