Local Briefs: Farm Bureau sets issues breakfast; news from ECHS classes of ‘07, ‘08

Farm Bureau sets issues breakfast

The Clinton County Farm Bureau invites you to attend the Policy Development committee’s issues breakfast.

The purpose of this meeting is to surface issues which Farm Bureau policy should address. These concerns will pertain to the organization, and local, state and national affairs. Ideas from this meeting will be given to the policy development committee to write and bring before the membership at our annual meeting to be held in August.

The first meeting will be held 8-10 a.m. Monday, June 26 at 2326 Cherrybend Road in Wilmington. This session will serve as an open discussion between Farm Bureau members and officials.

Those invited will include county and state elected officials, managers and directors for government and public funded agencies, as well as community leaders.

If you cannot attend, but have issues that you want to be addressed, please email your concerns to arose@ofbf.org.

Please RSVP by June 19 to the county office at 937-382-4407 or email arose@ofbf.org.

ECHS Class of ‘08 donates

The East Clinton High School Class of 2008 will be donating the remaining balance of its class funds, totaling $317.57.

The class will be delivering a check to Keith Wightman on Saturday at the Cruze in the County event. This event will benefit the Brett Wightman Memorial Fund.

Class of 2008 officers include President Jacob Wilson and Officers Brooke Beam, Andrew Bond, Courtney Brewer (Livingston), Rachael Liming (Houk) and Lara Luttrell.

ECHS Class of ‘o7 sets reunion

The 10-year reunion of the East Clinton High School Class of 2007 is set for the Third Friday Mural Party on July 21 at 6 p.m. at the General Denver Hotel in downtown Wilmington.

There will be music, food, alcohol and fun, and mingling with your classmates.

Lewis earns Siena honor

Alyssa Lewis of Wilmington has been named to the Siena College dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester.

To be named to the dean’s list, a student’s grade point average for the semester must be between 3.5 and 3.89. Siena College is in Loudonville, New York.