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Lawrence County Cattlemen's Annual Meeting

57154856_824278611276049_3419318142604673024_n.jpgLAwrence County Cattlemen's Annual Meeting

The Lawrence County Cattlemen's Board of Directors would like to invite you to the 2023 Annual Meeting. The meeting will be held on Saturday, February 3 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Mitchell starting at 6:00pm. Dinner and entertainment will be provided as well as door prize drawing at the end of the evening. There will also be a gift card drawing for both new 2024 members and renewing members who have paid their dues. Join us and bring a neighbor or friend. 

Following the meeting, the Association will conduct their annual business meeting. If anyone is interested in being a director, please contact the Extension Office or Board President, Buddy Scherschel at 812-277-6966.

If you know of a cattle producer that is not a member of the Lawrence County Cattlemen's Association, bring them along for the annual meeting. We would be pleased to have them as part of our organization. The annual dues are only $10.00.

After the business portion of the meeting, there will be entertainment provided. As can be attested to from previous years, this portion of the evening is always looked forward to by many. In prior years, members and guests have enjoyed comedians, mentalist acts, hypnotist performances, and more. What will the entertainment for 2023's Annual Meeting be? You'll have to wait and see what the Board of Directors have planned-- but in order to find out, you will need to RSVP and plan to attend! It's sure to be an enjoyable evening and we want you to be a part of it so please make plans now to join in.

The cost will be $15.00/pp for members and their guests or family. Please preregister (RSVP) through the Lawrence County Extension Office by calling 275-4623 or by mailing your reservation to arrive by Friday, January 26.




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