Josh Reinhardt and Katie Cayo have recently completed the Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT) program. The nine-week training program allows participants to study and develop leadership skills in the areas of communication, political process, agricultural economics, and global issues.
L to R: Steve Stallman, IAA District 16 Director; Josh Reinhardt, Randolph County Farm Bureau Young Leaders Secretary; Katie Cayo, Randolph County Farm Bureau Manager; and Randy Poskin, IAA District 6 Director.
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The Randolph County Farm Bureau partnered with Gateway FS, GROWMARK, SIU, Randolph County Soil & Water and NRCS, and Illinois Farm Bureau to put on a field day in Ellis Grove, IL. McCormick Farms hosted the event in which over 60 people atteneded. Read the complete article on the Farmer newspaper page. Click here to link.
M (Agriculture) memberships are due April 1st. Feel free to call us and pay your dues with a credit or debit card. 443-4511
DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE
For: Farm Bureau Members & Country Insurance Patrons
You are eligible to attend the AARP Driver Safety Program sponsored by the Randolph County Farm Bureau Women's Committee. The two-day course will be offered Tuesday & Wednesday, May 8 & 9, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Randolph County Farm Bureau Building in Sparta. This course is designed to help you learn how to avoid driving hazards. Those 55 and older who qualify (have a driving record free of accidents and moving violations for a continuous 12 month period) and attend the entire two-day course are eligible for a discount on their auto insurance. Check with your insurance agent for the amount of discount that would apply to you. The enrollment fee is $15 per person if you are currently an AARP Member and have your card with you; or $20 if you do not have a AARP membership card with you. You must pre-register to attend. For more information or to enroll, contact the Farm Bureau Office at (618)443-4511. Space is limited, so sign up today. Deadline for registration is May 4, 2018.
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