The 100th Annual Meeting of the White County Farm Bureau will be held Friday, January 22, 2021 beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the Farm Bureau Building, 304 E Robinson Street in Carmi, Illinois.
Due to COVID-19 guidelines, in-person attendance will be limited to invited guests only. The event will be broadcast live via Zoom for members to join by computer or phone.
To join the meeting, follow this link...
Members can also call in by dialing 1-312-626-6799. The meeting ID is 983 5426 2106.
The passcode is MEMBERSHIP.
The business meeting will include reports from the President and the Manager, financial and membership reports for fiscal year ending September 30, 2020, approval of the acts and deeds of the Board of Directors, authorization for the selection of delegates to the 2021 IAA Annual Meeting, election of officers and directors, and discussion of any other business properly brought before the membership.
Although this is the Centennial Meeting of the organization, a more proper celebration will be held during the Member Appreciation Luncheon in the summer of 2021.
Officer positions on the Board of Directors up for election are:
Bryce Williams (President),
Larry Beck (Vice President), and
Jeff Young (Secretary-Treasurer).
Director positions on the Board of Directors up for election are:
District 1 (Burnt Prairie, Gray, Mill Shoals, & Phillips Townships) – Drew Riley
District 2 (Carmi, Enfield, & Hawthorne Townships) – Brian Bryant
District 3 (Emma, Indian Creek, & Heralds Prairie Townships) – Kyle Hoskins
The 2021 Nominating Committee members are Phil Healy, Brad Gates, and Tate Collins.
Voting members in good standing as of January 1, 2021 are eligible to vote. Members must participate in the conference call in order to vote. Members will be asked to identify themselves at the beginning of the meeting.
Questions on how to join the meeting by conference call should be presented to the White County Farm Bureau Staff by calling 618-382-8512 prior to the day of the annual meeting.
Jeff Young, Secretary
White County Farm Bureau