The Tallapoosa County Farmers Federation Board of Directors
OUTGOING, INCOMING COUNTY PRESIDENTS HONORED
Incoming Tallapoosa County Farmers Federation President Rod Havens and outgoing President Neal Kelly were recognized during the Presidents Luncheon at the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 95th annual meeting Dec. 5 in Montgomery. Kelly, center, received a plaque for his four years of service, and Havens, right, received a pin to commemorate his election. The two are pictured with Alabama Farmers Federation President Jimmy Parnell.
TALLAPOOSA COUNTY STUDENT STUDYING AGRICULTURE RECEIVES COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
Auburn University student and scholarship recipient Rebecca Oliver of Alexander City was recognized during the Alabama Farmers Federation 2016 Scholarship Recipients Luncheon Aug. 27 at the Ham Wilson Arena in Auburn. Oliver graduated from Benjamin Russell High School and studies agricultural communications.The $1,750 scholarship was funded by the Tallapoosa County Farmers Federation and the Federation’s Alabama Farmers Agriculture Foundation. From left are Federation President Jimmy Parnell, Oliver, Tallapoosa County Farmers Federation President Neal Kelley, Federation State Board Member Joe Lambrecht and Federation Southeast Region Vice President George Jeffcoat.
DISTRICT 3 YOUNG FARMERS MEETING
Selwood Farm in Talladega County hosted the District 3 Young Farmers for a meeting June 2. Thirty-six people attended, including Alabama Farmers Federation District 6 Director Dell Hill. From left are Tallapoosa County Young Farmers member Clint Burgess, District 3 State Young Farmers Committee representative and Calhoun County Young Farmers Chairman Adam Wilson, Clay County Young Farmers member Paige Teague, Randolph County Young Farmers Chairman Ben Johnson and Talladega County Young Farmers Chairman Amy Stephens.
TALLAPOOSA COUNTY CONGRATULATES FARM-CITY WINNERS
Tallapoosa County Farmers Federation and Alfa Insurance representatives congratulated county Farm-City poster and essay contest winners on visits to their schools Nov. 7. In the above photo, from left, are Alfa agent Scotty Fourtenberry, Dadeville Elementary School student and poster contest winner Charlotte New, her teacher Amy Jackson and county board member Ruth Lockett. In the photo below, from left are Fourtenberry, Councill Middle School Principal Pam Lankford, essay contest winner Jayden Siggers, Lockett and teacher Deanna Jennings.