Washington County Farm Bureau hosted its 2018 Annual Meeting on September 27th.

 

Washington County Farm held its 2018 annual meeting on September 27th.   During the meeting local youth participated in the Outstanding Youth Contest and the Variety Contest. 

Contestants in the Variety Contest were Andrea Cooksey and Kaitlyn Hale.  Contestants in the Outstanding Youth Contest were Ben Taylor, Garrett Stephens, Josh Cain, Mason Hamilton, and Lynne Tormoehlen. 

Kaitlyn Hale won the Outstanding Youth Contest.  Mason Hamilton and Lynne Tormoehlen were the winners of the Variety Contest.

 

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