Farm Bureau seeks entries for art and essay contests County Farm Bureau chapters across the state are accepting entries to the 2020 Georgia Farm Bureau (GFB) Middle School Essay Contest and High School Art Contest. The deadline for entries in both contests to be received in the GFB home office is Feb. 28.
The student must be enrolled in the 6th, 7th or 8th grade in Georgia for the 2019-2020 academic year. The contest must be entered through the county Farm Bureau. The essay must be accompanied by the official title sheet. No name should appear on the essay itself.
The contest will be open to 7th and 8th graders in the 2019-2020 school year Students in the seventh grade in south Georgia were asked to reflect on the lives of the Georgia Martyrs as examples of pursuing a faithful vocation in the 2018 Vocations Essay Contest. This contest is targeted specifically for seventh and eighth grade students and is designed to complement the existing Four Way Test.The Georgia Farm Bureau Federation has a membership of almost 300,000 family members and is the largest farm organization in Georgia. Our goal is to provide leadership and assistance to the agricultural sector, to promote farm products, to aid in agri-related procurement, to be a spokesman for the farmer in the legislative arena, to be a leader in the development and expansion of farm markets.May 2, 2020 by Jimmy Holbrook Local News, Local News Items 0 The Chattooga County Farm Bureau has announce the winners of the Chattooga County Farm Bureau Art and Essay contest.
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Georgia Farm Bureau Essay Contest Click on the lick above for information to enter the GA Farm Bureau Essay Contest, open to middle school students in 6th - 8th grades. Entries are due to the Bartow County Farm Bureau Office 1130 North Tennessee St. Suite A, Cartersville, GA 30120 by February 28, 2020. Cash prizes available! Attached Files Farm Bureau essay contest 2019.pdf; Red Top Middle.Read More
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