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Annual Meeting Set for Dec. 5-7

Policy development, award presentations and membership recognition are on the agenda for Texas Farm Bureau’s (TFB) annual meeting set for Dec. 5-7 in Arlington.

The meeting will kick off Saturday with registration beginning at noon. The Discussion Meet and the Free Enterprise Speech Contest will take place throughout the day.

The social night will begin at 7 p.m. and includes dominos, a movie for children, silent and live auctions and a dance.

Award presentations, membership recognitions and the naming of the 2015 Outstanding Young Farmer & Rancher and Excellence in Agriculture winners will take place Sunday.

Farm Bureau policy originates at the grassroots level, which will be reflected in Monday’s business session.

Delegates will also shape the face of the organization, electing a president and board of directors.

Member services exhibits and the County Activities of Excellence displays will be available throughout the event.

Can’t make the meeting? Follow @TexasFarmBureau and the meeting hashtag, #txfbmeets, on Twitter or Texas Farm Bureau on Facebook.

Read the full article at http://texasagriculture.texasfarmbureau.org/article/Annual+Meeting+Set+for+Dec.+5-7/2333392/282939/article.html.

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