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Henry County Farms City Awards Program

Published: Nov. 19, 2021 at 5:24 PM CST
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HEADLAND, Ala. (WTVY) - Farm-City Week is a time to honor the partnership between our farmers and the communities they serve.

Friday in Headland many farmers were recognized for their efforts.

Honors ranged from “Farm-City Family of the Year” to “Peanut Essay” contests for the best student writers in several age groups. Organizers say it’s a time to honor both the old and young.

“Henry Countians that have excelled in agriculture. But also kids who have excelled in our four h program doing poster contests and essays on peanuts and what farm means to henry county.” said Jim Jones, County Extension Coordinator.

Two o$1,000 scholarships were given out to local seniors who plan on attending Wallace Community College or Troy University.

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