Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 16, 1994, Image 21

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    Farm Bureau President
To National Committee
ALBANY, N.Y. American
Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF)
President Dean Kleckner has
appointed New York Farm Bureau
President Charles Wille to a Farm
Program Task Force that will
guide Farm Bureau through its
policy development process tow
ard Congressional enactment of
1995 farm program legislation.
The task force consists of nine
members of the AFBF board of
directors. They will be assisted by
state Farm Bureau staff and AFBF
public policy and governmental
relations staff.
When asked about the appoint
ment, NYFB President Wille said,
“I am very honored to have been
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Over 7,000 Pennsylvania FFA members will benefit from your participation in the Fore FFA
golf tournament. Because of last years overwhelming support for this event, golfing slots will be
available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please complete the form below and return it with your
check made payable to The Pennsylvania FFA Foundation to: The Pennsylvania FFA Foundation, Inc.
P.O Box 10493 Calder Square, State College, PA 16805. If you have any questions please contact, Kerry
M. Hoffman, (814-353-9230).
Cut here and return
Sponsorship levels available:
Please check the appropriate box(s):
3 Grand Champion
% a
$ 400
• Two greens fees, dinners, and carl
• Signs at all par three holes in the contest
Hole Sponsors $ 150
• One Reception/Dinncr
All sponsors will also receive a sponsor banner which will be displayed the day of the tournament.
My foursome includes
appointed to this important task
force by President Kleckner. The
work we need to do is very impor
tant for the future of agriculture in
this country. My involvement
with this task force assures New
York farmers that their voices will
be heard as Farm Bureau members
develop their national lobbying
policy for the 1995 Farm Bill.”
AFBF President Kleckner
charged the new task force with
pulling together all the ideas that
have emerged in Farm Bureaus
across the country with the objec
tive of enhancing the policy deve
lopment process this fall. He
remarked, “We need to consider
all the options available. The next
• Hole sponsor
• Eight greens fees, dinners, and cart
Reserve Grand Champion $l,OOO
• Hole sponsor
• Four greens fees, dinners, and cart
Heavy Weight Champion $ 750
• Three greens fees, dinners, and cart
Middle Weight Champion $ 500
• Two greens fees, dinners, and cart
Show Champion $ 250
• Greens fees, dinners, and cart
Hole-In-One Contest
• Four greens fees, dinners, and cart
Lunch Sponsor
• Four greens fees, dinners, and cart
• Name on refreshment cart
Refreshment Cart Sponsor
• Two greens fees, dinners, and cart
• Name on refreshment cart
Par Three Contest
• Name at sponsored hole
farm bill will have to comply with
budget, environmental and trade
agreement pressures. Agriculture
is a favorite target of budget
cutters, but their aim is misdi
rected in light of the size of farm
spending compared to total gov
ernment outlays.”
The policy development pro
cess would establish Farm Bureau
policy at the AFBF annual meet
ing in January 1995. If the five
year Farm Bill legislation follows
previous patterns, legislative
activity will accelerate in early
1995 and new farm program legis
lation would be signed in
Monday, August 29,1994
Foxchase Golf Club
Yes, we will also donate
product for "Pride of
Pennsylvania" baskets to be
given to all participants.
$ 500
□ In-Kind Contributions
Tournament Prizes and Auction Items
Recognition will be given at sponsor level
equivalent to value of the contribution.
Amount Enclosed $
Bill My Master Card/Visa
Card No.
Exp. Date:
Dairies Of Distinction
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tive 18 x 24-inch signs which are
placed on the roadside. In addi
tion, Lancaster Farming gives
each winner an 11 x 14 photo
graph of the farm.
Winning entries are judged an
nually to insure that they continue
to meet the standards of excel
lence set by the program.
For further information on the
Dairy of Distinction program,
contact the American Dairy Asso
ciation and Dairy Council Inc. at
(717) 283-2204.
The list of winners is as fol
District 11 Charles Farley,
McKean; Richard C. Payne,
Uncwtef Farming, Saturday. July 16,19M-A2l
District 12 Denton Powell,
Criders Comers.
District 13 James and Pam
Berry Jr., Brookville; Richard &
Judy Trinca, Rebersburg.
District 14 Carl C. and Carol
Barnett, Todd; Mark E. and Ray
mond R. Yoder, Imler; Nevin and
Dolores Mitchell, Berlin; Paul D.
and Karen Turner, New Enter
prise; Ralph A. Chamberlain
Family, Clearville; Randy and
Karen Huntsman, Martinsburg;
Samuel E. Yoder, Mapleton De
pot; Terry Hawn, Huntingdon;
Tim R. and Marlene Peachey, Pe
tersburg; Willard Yoder Jr., Hunt
District 15 Glenn and Bernice Myers,
District 16 Harold B. and Janet M.
Shearer, East Waterford; Lester E. and Hazel
Fleisher, Newport; Ronald and Desi Mum
mah, Port Royal; R. Dale Groff, Dalmatia;
Lee and Sandra Shaffer, Selinsgrove.
District 17 Henry and Dorothy Abma,
District 18 Louis and Natalie Hawley,
Montrose; James A. Rogers Family, Spring
ville; Arthur H. and Kelly Wolfe, Spring
District 19 David R. Wenger, Man
heim; J. Ray and Reba Ranck, Paradise; Phil
ip G. Crouse, Stevens; Samuel F. and Marian
B. Long, Peach Bottom; Dave and Joe Gar
ber, Lancaster.
District 20—George and Mary Troutman,
Myerstown; Joseph Greggo, Pen Argyl; Nor
man and Audrey Koehler, Bangor.
It does
a body
good. *
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