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County President

James White Jr.

James White Jr.
Talladega County Farmers Federation

314 E. Battle Street
Talladega, AL 35160
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(256) 362-2274

Talladega County Farmers Federation

COUNTY FEDERATION LEARNS MORE ABOUT FATAL VISION PROGRAM

Alabama State Trooper Chuck Daniel visited the Talladega County Farmers Federation's March board meeting to discuss Fatal Vision, a program that teaches high school students the dangers of drunk and distracted driving. The program started in south Alabama and expanded to every county in the state with a donation from the Alabama Farmers Federation. For more information about Fatal Vision, click here.

From left are board member Bob Luker, board member and Alabama Farmers Federation Distrcit 5 Director Dell Hill, Daniel and county President Jimmy Hugh White.


COUNTY WINNERS FOR TALLADEGA COUNTY FARM-CITY CONTEST RECOGNIZED

The Talladega County Farmers Federation sponsored poster and essay contests and presented awards during their annual Farm-City Banquet Nov. 19. Caroline Smith of Indian Valley Elementary won the K-3rd gradesposter contest, Emma Gable of Childersburg Elementary won the 4th-6th grades poster contest, and Kaitlynn Taylor of Lincoln High School won in the 10th – 12th essay contest. Each poster contest winner received $25 at the school level and $50 at the county level. The essay contest winner received $50 at the school level and $75at the county level. Each teacher of the winning students received $50 for their classrooms. All county winners will compete at the state level. Front row, from left are Smith and Gable. Back rom, from left, are Indian Valley Elementary teacher Meg Morris, Teachery, county Federation President Jimmy Hugh White, Taylor, Childersburg Elementary teacher Mary Beth Carpenter, Lincoln High School teacher Amy Stephens, and Alfa Agent Terry Jinks.


SCHOOL WINNERS FOR TALLADEGEA COUNTY FARM-CITY CONTEST RECOGNIZED

Alfa Insurance agents and Talladega County Farmers Federation representatives congratulated winners in the county's Farm-City poster and essay contests Nov. 12. Clockwise from top left: Lincoln Elementary School art teacher Juliet Barrett, left, and Alfa agent Robin Hudson, right, with the school's poster contest winners Sophia Tigue and Griffin Smith. Alfa agent Jimmy Morgan, left, with R.L. Young Elementary School teacher Cari Wilson, right, and the school's poster contest winner fourth-grader Carly Layfield. Alfa agent Andy Shoemaker, left, and Fayetteville Elementary School art teacher Elyse Jordan, right, congratulate the school's poster contest winners fifth-grader Kinley Windham and second-grader Raelin Allen. Alfa Agent Robin Hudson, right, with Lincoln High School teacher Amy Stephens, left, and the school's essay contest winner Kaitlynn Taylor. Center photo: Indian Valley Elementary School poster contest winner Caroline Smith, first grade, with her teacher Meg Morris.


TALLADEGA COUNTY STUDENT STUDYING AGRICULTURE RECEIVES COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Auburn University student and scholarship recipient Leia Brown of Lincoln was honored at the Alabama Farmers Federation 2015 Scholarship Recipients Luncheon Aug. 22 at the Ham Wilson Arena in Auburn. Brown graduated from Lincoln High School and is studying animal science-pre-veterinary medicine. The $1,750 scholarship was funded by the Talladega County Farmers Federation and the Federation’s Alabama Farmers Agriculture Foundation. From left are Federation President Jimmy Parnell, Brown and Federation Central Region Vice President Dean Wysner.


MEMBERSHIP PROMOTION DAY HELD AT SYLACAUGA OFFICE

On May 22 and 23, employees at the Sylacauga Alfa Insurance Service Center promoted membership benefits with a special tent at the Heritage South Federal Credit Union. From left are agent Daren Holland, CSR Michelle Drummonds and agent Ronnie Craddock.


COLLECTING POP TABS FOR RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE

Employees at the Alfa Insurance office on Battle Street in Talladega won the county pop tab collection contest with 41 pounds and four ounces collected. For winning, the office received $100. From left are Alfa Agent Rick Stanford, CSR Carol Rogers and Talladega County Farmers Federation President Jimmy Hugh White. Other employees not pictured are Alfa Agent Jennifer Hayes, CSR Becky Jenkins and adjuster Hamilton Jordan.

The Talladega County Farmers Federation sponsors the contest among the six county offices twice a year. Pop tabs help raise money for the Ronald McDonald House in Birmingham. 

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