2014 Williams County Agriculture Adult Education Classes Now Underway At Edon High School

By Lucinda Held-Faulhaber – THE VILLAGE REPORTER

It’s that time of year again and the annual Williams County Agriculture Adult Education Classes are now underway at Edon Northwest Local Schools.

Hosted by Edon’s FFA Chapter and Advisor Paul Stoll, the 2014 Series opened Monday, January 13 with Williams County Sheriff Steve Towns as guest speaker. (A complete listing of educational and interesting topics covered in the series is outlined below.) Free and open to the public, guests can attend any or all of these classes as schedules permit.

Meetings take place in the Edon High School Agriculture Room beginning at 7:30 p.m. Event parking is available in the lot located on the west side of the school closest to the large overhead door; you may enter in the doors nearby. As always, there will be light refreshments after each gathering!

2014 Adult Education Topics and Speakers:

January 20
“OSU Visits to Brazil and Ireland”
Joey Brown

January 27
“Oberlin Farms ~ Demolition/Recycling”
Scott Oberlin

February 3
“Grain Marketing”
Steve Spieth
INTL FC Stone, Inc.

February 10|
NO Meeting
Williams County Dairy Banquet

February 17
“National Woodcarver Champion”
Dr. James Spencer, Jr.
Hudson, MI

February 24
“Farm Service Agency”
John Radabaugh

March 3
“Chemical Recertification”
Flo Chirra
OSU Extension Agent

March 10
“Hicksville Auto Recyclers”
Courtney Glore

March 11-13
Time and Speaker TBA

For additional information, contact Paul Stoll, FFA Advisor at Edon High School (419-272-3213).

Lucinda Held-Faulhaber may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

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