Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, November 12, 1994, Image 25

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Group To Meet
LIONVILLE (Chester Co.)
The recently formed Southeast
Regional Cattlemen’s Association
(an affiliate of the Pennsylvania
Cattlemen’s Association, Inc.)
will hold its first annual meeting
on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 6:30 p.m.
here at Hoss’s Steak House, Rt.
100 and 113.
This will be the only business
meeting this year. The association
plans to elect directors, vote on
by-laws, and conduct any other
necessary business.
Membership is open to anyone
interested in the Cattlemen’s asso
ciation from Chester and Lancast
er Counties, Pennsylvania, and
Cecil County, Maryland. The
‘User’s Group’
(Contlnuod from Pago A 24)
crossing to additional acres for
pasture. The streambank fencing
program is being paid entirely
through the Chesapeake Bay-DER
Streambank Fencing Program.
Also, through cost-share money
available from the Agriculture Sta
bilization and Conservation Ser
association will promote technical
and educational assistance for all
members. There will be tours,
seminars, and field trips.
One of the goals of the associa
tion will be to educate the general
public to the value and advantages
of beef products. The Cattlemen’s
Association will be the pro-active
voice in the community for the
beef industry.
For more information, contact
the Southeast Cattlemen’s Associ
ation, Bobbi McMullen, Secre
tary/Treasurer, 2385 Robert Ful
ton Highway, Peach Bottom, PA
17563, (717) 548-3282 or Gary
Smith, (610) 363-6110.
vice, two circular concrete spnng
fed troughs were installed on the
“We’re concerned about the
water quality in the creek,” said
McMullen. “We’re only, four
miles from the river here, we’re
downstream, we’re at the end of
the chain.”
All-American Dairy Show
Annual Meeting Announced
HARRISBURG, (Dauphin Co.)
Annual meeting of the Pennsyl
vania Dairy and Allied Industries
Association is scheduled for Fri
day, November 18, at 10:00 a.m. at
the Best Western Motel located on
Route 11, just east of Carlisle, PA.
This organization is the governing
body of the Northeast’s largest
daily cattle show, the Pennsylvania
All-American Dairy Show.
Lancaster Farming Carries
DHIA Reports Each Month!
Association President, Obie
Snider, of Imler, PA, invites all
members to attend. All individual
from Pennsylvania who exhibited
three or more head of cattle at the
Pennsylvania All-American Dairy
Show in 1994 are considered active
voting members of the Pennsylva
nia Dairy and Allied Industries
Association. Out of state exhibitors
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, November 12, 1994-A2S
and show sponsors supporters are
considered associate members.
Attendance is strongly encour
aged. “We need input and sugges
tions from our exhibitors and the
show supporters to progress. It is
our desire to continue to build on
this prestigious show,” commented
President Snider.
The agenda will include a review
of the 1994 show; business reports;
financial report on the show; and
the election of three directors to the
show; and the election of three
directors to serve three year terms.
Currently, the Brown Swiss breed
representative is Rita Kennedy of
Butler, PA, the Jersey breed repre
sentative is Lori Sollenberger of
Everett, PA, and Harry Roth of
Atlantic Breeders Cooperative is a
representative of the dairy industry.
All three are eligible for reelection.
Nominations will also be accepted
from the floor.