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Spokesman - County News Keep up on your local county Farm Bureau news.

Spokesman - County News

Keep up on your local county Farm Bureau news through the Spokesman County News page. It’s available only to members. To view your county news articles, login or become a member.

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FB members can have mobile proof of insurance

1/20/2020

Members can have a current proof of auto insurance card any time on a cell phone, when they download the Farm Bureau Member Benefits app. Go the App Store or Google Play, and select the FB Benefits app with the FB logo from Farm Bureau Management Corp.

IFBF scholarship application available online for 2020

1/20/2020

The 2020 IFBF scholarship application is now available online. The IFBF scholarship program awards 54 $1,000 scholarships to students pursuing the completion of a two- or four-year college degree majoring in agriculture, nursing, or education each year. The same application form is used at the county level to award scholarships to high school seniors of county FB members.

Yearly audit information received

1/20/2020

The Wayne County Farm Bureau has received information from certified public accountants Gardiner+ Company that the audit for the 2019 operating account will be conducted in the coming months.

Notice about insurance payments brought to office

1/20/2020

If you stop in or drop off an insurance payment at the Farm Bureau office in Corydon, please understand the payment cannot be processed here.

Ad submission guidelines

1/20/2020

A benefit of being a Farm Bureau member is you can submit exchange ads in the Spokesman. The submission deadline is Tuesdays at noon. Ads received by this deadline will be in the following week’s edition of the Spokesman.

Legislative coffees scheduled

1/20/2020

Wayne County Farm Bureau will once again be holding legislative coffees at the Corydon office with Sen. Amy Sinclair and Rep. Joel Fry. These will be on Friday mornings at 8 a.m. starting Friday, Feb. 7, March 6 and April 3.

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