The Grant County Copper CowBelles held their monthly meeting
on March 19th. Newly installed
President Annette George conducted the meeting and the February minutes were
The Farm Bureau sponsored Ag Days were cancelled due to
weather and will be rescheduled for May.
Planning for the Cash Party is going well but more silent auction items
are needed. It was decided to create a
planning committee for the Fall Shindig, leaving the how, when and where
decisions up to the committee. It has
been simplified to a dance-only event in the hopes of having a fun evening for
the community without all the hard work.
Reminders were made for the District III Workshop in Glenwood and the
McKeen Ranch Days in April.
A vote was made for a thank you gift for out-going President
Deborah van Tellingen and a $250 donation to the NM Ag in the Classroom
Foundation was approved. The Silver City
Public Library has inquired whether Copper would like to make a display for the
public to view this Fall. Use of a display
case for a month would be made available for beef information and CowBelle
The “box” for hosting receptions for memorial
services has been inventoried. Members were asked to provide various
items. The items needed for serving food, coffee,
napkins, plates etc. will be restocked after each event.
Grant County Cooperative Extension is proud to present Agriculture Listening Session with Dr. Rolando A. Flores Dean of College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences New Mexico State University And Jeff Witte New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture. Please come and voice your agriculture related concerns!
Today in the United States, 98% of the people are basically fed by the 2% directly involved in production agriculture. The purpose of this site is to enable the non-farmer to more fully appreciate and understand the basic biologic and economic principles fundamental to the production, processing, and distribution of food. This Facebook page and the upcoming book, Ag 101, is designed to guide readers through an appreciation and understanding of agriculture and to stress that the nation with the firmest agricultural base is also the nation most likely to be strongest politically in the future. Ag 101 is a project of the National Agricultural Institute (www.national-ag-institute.org).
The Grant County Copper CowBelles held their monthly meeting on February 19th. We regretfully accepted the resignation of President Deborah van Telligen who is moving closer to family. She installed Annette George as president and Jeannette Hamilton as secretary (replacing Annette) as her last duty. Guest Sherri Bays was introduced and she announced that she will be joining as a member.
The opening reception for the ranching exhibit at the Silver City Museum was a huge success and we were thanked for our participation in gathering information for the displays and for providing the goodies for the reception. The exhibit is open for the entire year. An update was given for the Cash Party happening the end of April and that silent auction items are needed.
A committee will be formed to create and maintain a “box” for hosting receptions for memorial services. Items needed for serving food, coffee, napkins, plates etc. will be restocked after each event.