Cloud County Conservation District
2018 Cloud County Conservation District Annual Meeting
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Luke Kramer, Kansas Wildlife, Parks & Tourism, Jeremy Hacker, Key Banker, Kansas Banker’s Association, Doug Smith, 2018 Wildlife Habitat Award Winner, Liam Smith, and Tyler Husa, Crop Production Extension Agent with the River Valley Extension District.
Back Row Left to Right: Caden Stein (2nd Place, 3rd Grade), Ayden Williams (2nd Place, 4th Grade), Anna Peterson (2nd Place, 6th Grade), Bethany Demars (1st Place, 6th Grade), Shane Williams (2nd Place, 5th Grade), Tegan Hicks (1st Place, 5th Grade);
Front Row Left to Right: Gabe Rourke (1st Place, 1st Grade), Waylon Darnall (2nd Place, 1st Grade), Zaylee Rice (1st Place, 3rd Grade), Tommy Horacek (1st Place, Kindergarten), Klawdie Gong (1st Place, 2nd Grade), Addy Higle (2nd Place, 2nd Grade), Eian Higle (2nd Place, Kindergarten)
Not Shown: Emma Rice (1st Place, 4th Grade)
The 2018 Cloud County Conservation District’s Annual Meeting was held at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish Hall in Concordia, Kansas on February 7, 2019. The meal of baked steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, salad and cobbler was be catered by the Ladies of the Catholic Church and served by the ladies. Following the business meeting in which Keevan Portenier, current member of the Board of Supervisor, was to re-elected to serve on the board for another three (3) year term, the winners of the 2019 Conservation District Poster Contest was announced and the 2018 Wildlife Habitat Award Winner was announced. This year’s Wildlife Habitat Award winner is Doug Smith. Following the meeting, the crowd was entertained by The McKinney Sisters out of Moundridge, Kansas. A big Thank You to everyone who cooked and served the meal as well as the businesses that contributed the door prizes and the local area banks for sponsoring the meal.