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Canoochee EMC Roundup Program check presented to Tattnall Farm Bureau
Ag Awareness Day to be held November 18
Canoochee EMC Roundup Program  check presented
Front row (l-r): Jace Shuman, Ag Day Committee Member Amanda Adams, Elsie (goat), EMC Communications Specialist Joe Sikes, and Ag Day Committee member Gary Kennedy. Middle row: Ag Extension Intern Taylor Hendrix, Ag Day Committee member Cindy Shuman, Tattnall County Forestry member Kim Lynn, and Tattnall County Farm Bureau President Dan Crispell. Back row: Tattnall County Extension Agent Derrick Bowen, Tattnall County Extension Agent Aubrey Shirley, Kyle Durrence of EMC Member Services, Tattnall County Young Farmer Advisor Adam Carpenter, and Jarrett Greene of the TCHS Ag Department.

Canoochee EMC presented Gary Kennedy of the Tattnall County Farm Bureau with a $2,000 check in August 2022 through the EMC Roundup program. 

The Farm Bureau plans to use this donation for their annual Ag Awareness Day in November. This Ag Awareness Day is held at Tattnall County High School (TCHS) every year, with the exception of 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lanell Oliver of the Farm Bureau is excited to announce that Ag Awareness Day will be held on November 18 this year. Fourth grade students from North Tattnall and South Tattnall Middle Schools will spend the entire day learning all about agriculture.