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Jimmy Bice

Jimmy Bice
Shelby County Farmers Federation

P.O. Box 94
Columbiana, AL 35051
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(205) 665-5119

Shelby County Farmers Federation

SHELBY COUNTY STUDENT STUDYING AGRICULTURE RECEIVES COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Auburn University student and scholarship recipient Trey Colley from Shelby County was honored at the Alabama Farmers Federation 2015 Scholarship Recipients Luncheon Aug. 22 at the Ham Wilson Arena in Auburn. Colley of Montevallo is studying biosystems engineering. The $1,750 scholarship was funded by the Shelby County Farmers Federation and the Federation’s Alabama Farmers Agriculture Foundation. From left are Federation President Jimmy Parnell, Colley, Shelby County Farmers Federation President Jimmy Bice and Federation Central Region Vice President Dean Wysner.


SHELBY COUNTY FARMERS FEDERATION HOSTS ANNUAL MEETING

The Shelby County Farmers Federation held its annual meeting Aug. 17 at the Old Courthouse in Columbiana. The guest speaker was Albama FFA Treasurer Anna Pollard of Jacksonville, center. She is pictured with Alabama Farmers Federation President Jimmy Parnell and county President Jimmy Bice.

The group also recognized scholarship recipients during the event. From left are county board member Carole Barton; Noel Welch, $1,000 scholarship recipient; Trey Colley, $1,750 scholarship recipient; Zack Smith, $1,000 scholarship recipient; and county President Jimmy Bice. 


SCHOFIELD VISITS WASHINGTON, D.C. DURING LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE

U.S. Representative Gary Palmer, left, met with Shelby County farmer Doug Schofield during a breakfast meeting May 21 at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington, D.C. The event was part of the Alabama Farmers Federation Washington Legislative Conference held May 19-22 in the nation’s capital. Schofield reporterd to the county Federation board of directors saying "As one Congressional staff member put it, 'When constituents visit Washington, it helps lawmakers and regulators to keep in touch with reality.'"


CALERA SERVICE CENTER COLLECTS MOST POP TABS IN COUNTY

The Alfa Insurance office in Calera collected the most pop tabs in a contest among Shelby County service centers with 45.61 pounds of the aluminum tabs. In total, the county collected more than 91 pounds from nine service centers. From left are agent Ken Mobley, CSR Pat Ellison, Shelby County Farmers Federation President Jimmy Bice, CSR Heather Watson and agent Andy Jones. As Bice visited to collect pop tabs Dec. 1, he also presented gifts to each office including jars of honey and Alfa Insurance baseball caps.                  

 

Events for Shelby county

  • December 6-7 Federation Annual Meeting - Montgomery, AL

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