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Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee To Host Agriculture Appreciation Banquet - November 5

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Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee To Host Agriculture Appreciation Banquet

The Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee would like to invite Farmers and Ranchers in Newton and McDonald Counties to its Agriculture Appreciation Banquet scheduled for Tuesday, November 5th at the Neosho High School Cafeteria. Social time/exhibitor booths open at 5:00 p.m. and the dinner and live bluegrass music at 6:00 p.m. This evening is free and is being sponsored by Moark, First Community Bank and Smith Auto Group.

The keynote speaker will be Congressman Billy Long. Congressman Long will be discussing the new Federal Farm Bill. In addition Rep. Bill Reiboldt will be introducing his Constitutional Amendment Bill called “The Right to Farm”. This evening is intended to show our appreciation for those involved in Agriculture in Newton and McDonald Counties. Farmers, gardeners, forestry, conservationist, Ag retail, Ag support, any agriculture related vocation is invited.

“We’re excited about this event and it is our way to say thank you to our Farmers and Ranchers in the area”, states Shana Griffin, Executive Director of the Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce. “We invite those that work daily in the Agriculture Industry by providing you a free dinner and program.”

Please RSVP to the Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce at (417) 451-1925 or info@neoshocc.com by Wednesday, October 30th.

For more information, contact the Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce at (417) 451-1925 or info@neoshocc.com.

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