Saturday, June 10th, 2017
Come and join other Cattlewomen for a day of fun, we are honored to have ANCW President-Elect Gwen Geis speaking this year. We will be visiting the South-Eastern area, Lancaster, Ohio. Our day has two different options for you to choose: we have planned to make our own glass blown ornament, which is fun! If glassblowing doesn’t interest you, we are touring a winery, greenhouse, and a cute country store. Registration for glassblowing is limited to the first 25 people, so don’t delay. Call or send your reservation ASAP!
9:00 Meet and light breakfast – Ag Center in Fairfield County 831 College Avenue, Lancaster OH 43130
10:00 Glassblowing or New Leaf Market and Lancaster Greenhouse
12:00 Catered lunch & Speaker Gwen Geis – ANCW President-Elect
1:00 Plant a succulent garden
2:00 Winery tour and tasting
$55.00 includes glassblowing, meals, and days activities
$25.00 includes meals and days activities
We have a block of rooms at Hampton Inn, Lancaster for anyone wanting to stay just ask for Ohio Cattlewomen when you make your reservation.
RSVP by May 26 with check to: Amy Coffman
15376 Twp. Rd 44
Attica, OH 44807
Questions: 419-563-4889 or email@example.com
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As this year begins, I start my leadership role as Ohio CattleWomen President. I live in Seneca County on a small farm with my husband, Chuck. I grew up raising feedlot cattle and spent many years showing steers and dairy beef through 4-H and FFA. We have a son, Nick, who works as a diesel mechanic and a daughter, Morgan, who is studying Microbiology at Ohio Wesleyan University. I’m excited to be leading a wonderful organization that promotes the Beef industry.
We had an excellent meeting in January. I was so glad to see all of the ladies at this meeting. This year I would like to visit different areas of the state to meet our members. If you have an event in your area please let me know. I would love to attend! In addition to meeting our members, I am excited to get back to the roots of our organization by finding new ways to promote beef in our local communities. I am hoping to attend 5K runs across the state and hand out beef sticks to participants and to visit local schools and promote beef to our younger generation. If you have any other ideas for bringing beef into your local community please let me know.
I’m exciting about our summer meeting which will be held in Lancaster, Ohio on Saturday, June 10th. Keep your calendar open as we have a full day of activities planned. You will not be disappointed!
Our next activity will be the Ohio Beef Expo which from March 17-19. Please come introduce yourself and check out our booth.
Past president Darlene Wagner was presented with her president’s necklace by Dona Tullis at our annual meeting in honor of her time and dedication to the Ohio CattleWomen.