Logan County Farm Bureau celebrates Media Appreciation Day

From Left, Don Neagle, owner and WRUS morning show host; Mack Mallory, mid day host; Chris McGinnis, owner and radio personality and John Alcott, Logan County Farm Bureau Information Chairman.  Donuts were also given to the staff of WRUS Radio Station in appreciation for the support of Farm Bureau news and for the news, weather and marketing information the station provides each day.

 

O. J. Stapleton, General Manager/Editor of News-Democrat & Leader, received a box of fresh donuts from John Alcott, Logan County Farm Bureau Information chairman.  This was a token of Farm Bureau's appreciation for the publicity the paper provides for Farm Bureau activities and Agricultural news for Logan Countians.

 

 

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