- November 13, 2013
Darrell Wells from Jacks Creek Rd, in northern Madison County was the recipient of the 2013 Farm City Banquet, Excellence in Ag, held on November 4, at the Madison County Extension office, sponsored by Madison County Farm Bureau Federation.
- August 29, 2013
|Madison County Farm Bureau gives 4 $1,000.00 Scholarships to graduating seniors from the 4 local high schools, to KFB members in Madison County. Pictured are 2 of the four scholarship winners.
Pictured are: Tim Brandenburg, President, Kelsey Choate, from Madison Southern High School, winner of the Ag Scholarship, will be attending Morehead State University with a degree in PreVet. Maggie Collins, regular membership, from Madison Southern High School, will be attending EKU this fall to receive a degree in nursing, and Rose Ann House, Women’s committee chair for Madison County Farm Bureau Federation. Those scholarship winner that didn’t attend the 2013 Annual meeting were Ashley Nicole Roy, associate membership, from Model Lad, will be attending Morehead State University to obtain a degree in Biology.
- July 22, 2013
Madison County Farm Bureau Federation 2013 Annual Meeting presided by: President Tim Brandenburg
Madison County Farm Bureau Federation Executive Board:
Tim Brandenburg, President
Richard Cobb IV, Vice President
Evan McCord, Treasure
William Collins, Secretary
Approximately 300 members from the Madison County Farm Bureau attended the 2013 Annual meeting.
Loudon Catering provided the meal, with local youth competing in the 2013 talent contest. The winner of the talent contest will go on to the District 8 Talent and Speech contest to be held the first Monday of October in Rockcastle County. This year’s winner was Abigail Harris.
- February 19, 2013
Madison County Farm Bureau Federation hosted a dinner for our local Representatives and Senator on January 29, 2013.
Pictured above: Senator Jarod Carpenter, MCFB Federation President Tim Brandenburg, Rep Rita Smart,
Rep. Jonathan Shell, and Rep. Donna Mayfield. Local and state farming issues were discussed.
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