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Henderson County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting
  • November 11, 2015

 Henderson County Farm Bureau conducted its annual meeting on Saturday, July 27, 2017. Approximately 200 members and several guests were in attendance to enjoy games and a Bounce House for children, Outstanding Youth and Variety Show as well as a superb pork chop dinner.

Brandon Williams was elected president with Scott Keach serving as vice president. Glenn Walther stepped down after four years of service as president.

J. T. Payne and Jessalyn Watson, Outstanding Youth, will be participating in the District 2 competition. Sara Lucas will represent Henderson County in the District 2 Variety Show.

Two television sets were given as prizes at the meeting to the lucky recipients whose ticket numbers were drawn.

Henderson County Farm Bureau
Outstanding Youth District 2
Variety Contest District 2
October 15, 2015

J. T. Payne placed first in the competition. Sara Lucas represented Henderson County in the Variety Contest but the Farm Bureau was proudly represented.  

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2015 Farm Follies
  • April 09, 2015

 2015 Farm Follies

2015 Annual Meeting
  • April 08, 2015

 The Annual Meeting for 2015 will be Saturday July 25, 2015 at The Chase Fulcher Archery Center.


Ag Appreciation Breakfast
  • March 12, 2015

Kentucky Farm Bureau co-sponsored the Ag Appreciation Breakfast.  The impact of Kentucky agriculture as well as agriculture in the nation, was acknowledged.  In addition, the Lifetime Agriculture Achievement Award was presented to David Alexander.  Agriculturist of the Year award was presented to Craig Gibson. An article ran in the Evansville Courier Press, read the article here.

Kentucky Farm Bureau, District 2 Outstanding Youth & Variety Contests
  • October 28, 2014

Our applause and thanks go to Michaela Boeglin, Addie Farley and James Thomas Payne. They represented Henderson County in the Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth & Variety Contests October 16, 2014 in Madisonville, Kentucky.

James (J.T.) was awarded First Place and will represent Henderson County on the state level at the Kentucky Farm Bureau Annual Convention in December. J. T. is the son of James and Penny Payne.

Addie Farley, performing “Try”, a Colbie Caillat song, was awarded First Runner Up in the Variety Contest. She is the daughter of Jon and Sandra Farley.

Michaela Boeglin is the daughter of Andrew and Jamie Boeglin.

Congratulations to these young people for their concentrated efforts and participation. Henderson County Farm Bureau is proud of them.

Charles Stagg (1945 - 2014)
  • September 11, 2014

It is with great sadness that we mourn the loss of our Henderson County Farm Bureau Board Member, Mr. Charles E. Stagg. His presence, dedication and influence will be greatly missed

2014 Henderson County Annual Meeting
  • August 25, 2014

The 2014 Henderson County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting was a great success – especially with the children. Sliding, climbing and bouncing on the inflatables provided, the children enjoyed themselves. In addition there were various games for their participation and prizes were awarded.

The Outstanding Youth contest was held prior to the start of dinner. Several high school students participated and received plaques and a monetary award.

There were over two hundred folks who came together to celebrate Farm Bureau in the community, enjoy a scrumptious meal, and be entertained.

The Youth Variety Show was very entertaining with participants presenting numbers from music legends, Loretta Lynn (Coal Miner’s Daughter), Michael Jackson (dance moves to his most popular tunes). The country star Jason Aldean’s hit, “Only Way I Know” started hands clapping and feet tapping when performed by an eight year old contestant. Everyone present was inspired by two other spiritual songs shared with the audience.

FFA members served as ushers for the occasion as well as tirelessly serving dinner to the guests. Kristy Lancaster, Henderson County High School Agriculture Department, organized the students, who are a vital part of the future of our community.

Several dignitaries were in attendance including Senator Dorsey Ridley, Representative David Watkins, Mayor Steve Austin, Holly Lewis, representing Mitch McConnell, and Eddie Melton, KFB State Vice President and others.

During the business session, Chase Fulcher, addressed the group for the first time as Agency Manager. He reiterated that Farm Bureau works hand in hand with the community with agriculture being the main industry in the area. He expressed his appreciation to the Board of Directors for promoting agriculture as well as their partnering with him to serve the community and Farm Bureau members. Chase stressed to those present, “You are not a policy number! You are a member!”.

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New Agency Manager
  • June 04, 2014

Henderson County Farm Bureau Board of Directors approve Chase Fulcher as the new Agency Manager. We welcome his ideas and look forward to the vision he has for our future serving the members of Henderson County.

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Farm Follies
  • March 10, 2014

Henderson County Farm Bureau partner with the Henderson County Public Schools 4th & 5th Gifted & Talented Drama Students to present the 5th Annual Farm Follies. Drama Productions included “The farmer of Oz”; “Bees, Tree and Chickens, Oh my !”; “Grass Goes in, Milk Comes Out…How did that happen?”; Red Riding Hood’s A-Maize-ing Adventure”; “The Help of a Strange Farming Wizard”; Sheeplock Holmes and the Farm Foul Play”; “Cereal Killers”; and “The Garden’s Got Talent”. Chandler Elementary was awarded Third Place, Spottsville Elementary, Second Place; and Bend Gate Elementary, First Place. The playwrights were rewarded for their contributions as well.

The gifted and talented staff formally identifies gifted drama students beginning in the fourth grade. These students demonstrate the ability to perform at an exceptionally high level in the performing arts area. Stayed turned for Farm Follies 2015 date to be announced.

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