Farm Bureau celebrates 100th

The Tennessee Farm Bureau turned 100 on July 31, and to celebrate the occasion Jefferson County Farm Bureau held a barbecue lunch last Wednesday at its office in Dandridge. “We’re proud to celebrate this milestone of 100 years of Tennessee Farm Bureau, that serves the farmers and rural communities of our state and Jefferson County,” said local Farm Bureau president Aaron Loy. The Jefferson County Farm Bureau organization is celebrating 96 years. Pictured from left are: board member James Estes, President Aaron Loy, Agent manager David Haston, Jefferson City agent Michael Cox, and Regional manager Scott Ellis.  – STEVEN LLOYD | THE STANDARD BANNER

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