Cloud County Conservation District
2017 Cloud County Conservation District Annual Meeting
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Kim Kohls, River Valley Extension District, Dan Harris, son of Delmer F. Harris, Winner, Jeremy Hacker, Kansas Banker’s Association, Galen Deneault, operator.
Luke Kramer, District Wildlife Biologist, Kansas Department of Wildlife & Tourism, Steve Clark, Luanna Clark, Dave Clark, Winners, Jeremy Hacker, Kansas Banker’s Association, Kim Kohls, River Valley Extension District.
(Back row, left to right: Brianna Snively (6th Grade, 1st Place), Anna Widen (3rd Grade, 2nd Place), Caden Stein (1st Grade, 2nd Place), Addyson Higle, (Kindergarten, 2nd Place), Noah Demars (2nd Grade, 2nd Place), Kaycee Waite (5th Grade, 2nd Place), Keri Farmer (3rd Grade, 1st Place), Daegen DeGraff (4th Grade, 1st Place), Ashlynn Murry (Kindergarten, 1st Place). Not pictured: Julia Salquero-Bontempo, Ayden Williams, Jessica Handly, Jasmine Manderscheid and Braya Darnall.
The 2017 Cloud County Conservation District’s Annual Meeting will be held at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish Hall in Concordia, Kansas on February 1, 2018. The meal of baked steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, salad and cheesecake will be catered by the Ladies of the Catholic Church and served by the Catholic Youth Group. Following the business meeting in which Anthony Tobald and Loren Swenson, current members of the Board of Supervisors, hope to be re-elected to serve on the board for another three (3) years, the winners of the 2018 Conservation District Poster Contest will be announced and the 2017 Soil Conservation Award Winner will be announced. This year’s Soil Conservation Award winner is William R. Tobald. Following the meeting, a short film titled "Hugh Hammond Bennet: The Story of America's Private Lands Conservation Movement" will be shown. A big Thank You to everyone who will be cooking and serving the meal as well as the businesses that are contributing the door prizes.