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Annual Agribusiness Awards Breakfast is April 16

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - The Annual Agribusiness Awards Breakfast, presented by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce and Hall County Cooperative Extension, is Wednesday, April 16 at 7:30 at the North Hall Community Center. The breakfast is complimentary and open to the public.<br /> <br /> The program seeks to increases recognition and appreciation of the agribusiness and agricultural community in Hall County. Awards will be presented to the following:<br /> <br /> Friend of Agribusiness... an individual who has consistently promoted agribusiness and agriculture in Hall County.<br /> <br /> Outstanding Agribusiness... a member of the agribusiness community who demonstrates significant presence and progress in this area.<br /> <br /> Farmer of the Year... a person who has made significant contributions to agribusiness and community services.<br /> <br /> Ag Hall of Fame... this award is given to individuals each year (living or deceased) in recognition of sustained contributions to Hall County agriculture and agribusiness.<br /> <br /> The title sponsor for the event is Jackson EMC. Additional sponsors include AgGeorgia Farm Credit, Cargill, Crystal Farms, Community Bank & Trust, Elmer Truelove Dairy, Hall County Farm Bureau, Hall County Soil & Water Conservation District, KingGreen, Mar-Jac Poultry and Purina Animal Nutrition.<br /> <br /> For breakfast reservations, call the Hall County Cooperative Extension, 770-535-8293.
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