Hopkins County Farm Bureau honors local professionals - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Hopkins County Farm Bureau honors local professionals

As part of Kentucky Farm Bureau's "Lead Where You Stand” campaign, County Farm Bureaus across the state are recognizing the contributions of local Farm Bureau members and leaders.

Hopkins County Farm Bureau President Curtis Dame recently presented Peggy Stirsman, Shirley Peyton and Mark Metcalfe with “Lead Where You Stand” certificates in recognition of their contributions to Hopkins County.  These leaders were recognized on Friday, September 7th, during a special presentation made at the Hopkins County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting.

“Shirley, Mark and Peggy are great examples of the kind of leaders who give so much every day to make Hopkins County a better place for all,” said Hopkins County Farm Bureau President Curtis Dame. “We are grateful for the opportunity to recognize these individuals for the valuable contributions they have made and are excited to see the impact we can continue to make together for Hopkins County.”     

        

Hopkins County Farm Bureau Vice President Shawn Brumfield presents Peggy Stirsman a Lead Where You Stand Certificate of Appreciation. Ms. Stirsman was an educator for 49 years and continues to serve the Kentucky Reading Association, United Way Board, and is the President-elect of the Pennyrile Reading Council.

 

Hopkins County Farm Bureau Vice President Shawn Brumfield presents Shirley Peyton a Lead Where You Stand Certificate of Appreciation.  Ms. Peyton is a retired nurse.  She is the Hopkins County Farm Bureau Women's Chair, a Master Gardener, active in her church and promotes agriculture in the classroom through various reading activities.

 

Hopkins County Farm Bureau Vice President Shawn Brumfield presents Mark Metcalfe a Lead Where You Stand Certificate of Appreciation.  Mr. Metcalfe is Hopkins County Farm Bureau Treasurer and a dedicated volunteer to a number of organizations. Just something about Metcalfe’s magic on a green egg!

 

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