Logan County Farm Bureau Recognizes Local Educators
Logan County Farm Bureau President Doug Milligan presented Joe Begley, Superintendent of Russellville Schools, and Paul Mullins, Superintendent of Logan County Schools, a gift of products produced by Logan County Students in the Logan County High School Agriculture Program. The program was part of the students entrepreneur business projects in their supervised agriculture experience program through the FFA. The gift products included popcorn, pinto beans, jelly and bread. Below is the letter enclosed with each gift:
The Logan County Farm Bureau Board of Directors would like to present to you this small token of our appreciation for all you do for the education of the children of Logan County.
Farm Bureau recognizes the importance of education and the part it plays in the success of our children as they grow into the future leaders of our community. Farm Bureau strives to be the Voice of Agriculture in our local community, as well as the State Legislature and even on the Federal level. In our modern Society, Education is very important to the success of our industry and the understanding of where our food and fiber comes from and how it is produced.
The past two years have brought us all many new and difficult challenges, especially for our school systems and their leaders. We just want you to know that we are glad to have each of you as leaders of our schools and know that you do your best to care for the safety and educational needs of our children. We know you have faced many new situations the past two years and have had to make difficult decisions during a stressful time. We appreciate your leadership and are glad to know we have dedicated leaders who work hard to give the children of Russellville and Logan County the opportunity to obtain an outstanding education. We want you to know that you are appreciated.
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