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OKFB launches 75th anniversary website klahoma Farm Bureau is proud to announce the launch of the organization’s 75th-anniversary website filled with fun and historical information about the people, places and programs that formed Oklahoma’s largest farm organization. The website showcases information gathered throughout 2017 as staff pored through the OKFB archives of newsletters, photos and correspondence to unearth treasures of information on

the organization’s past. Here are a few features of the new site: • Photo gallery with more than 80 images • Farm Bureau history articles documenting each decade • Blog detailing unique moments in OKFB history • Timelines of policy achievements, key moments, and insurance history • A preview of OKFB’s 75th history book • Features for each OKFB president

• News and upcoming events This website is a constant work in progress, and it will be updated as additional information, stories and photos are discovered. Please be sure to check back for updates and additions throughout the rest of the year. Visit the 75th-anniversary website at 75.okfarmbureau.org. If you have questions, or if you would like to submit an OKFB story, let us know by completing the form the Share Your Story page.

2017 OKFB WLC Nurse’s Scholarship winners announced he Oklahoma Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee selected three students to receive $500 scholarships to study nursing. The annual scholarship program awards three $500 scholarships to students studying nursing at an accredited college, university, vo-tech or trade school. Applicants must be Oklahoma Farm Bureau members or a

member of a Farm Bureau member family. The three students receiving 2017 OKFB WLC Nurse’s Scholarships are: Mary K. Bell, Creek County; Jordan Lingo, Canadian County; and Justine Redcay, Haskell County. The WLC understands the important role nurses and healthcare professionals play in ensuring a high quality of life for all residents across the state,

especially rural residents. With the cost of education increasing yearly, the committee is proud to help students pursue dreams of a career in nursing. This year, OKFB WLC members held a silent auction and raised $750 to benefit the OKFB WLC Nurse’s Scholarship Fund during their annual Fall Conference Sept. 15-16. Conference attendees and leaders donated items for the silent auction.

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