OFB Reelects Barb Iverson as Third Vice President

Barb Iverson of Clackamas County Farm Bureau was reelected to a fourth two-year terms as the Oregon Farm Bureau’s Third Vice President.
The House of Delegates, consisting of agriculture volunteers from all agriculture sectors as well as a representative of each county Farm Bureau, voted Iverson into the position.
“Farm Bureau benefits greatly from Barb’s steady leadership, knowledge about farming, and
dedication to protecting and strengthening Oregon agriculture now and for future generations,”
said OFB President Barry Bushue via press release. “I congratulate her on her reelection as Oregon Farm Bureau’s Third Vice President.”
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OFB First Vice President Re-elected to Fourth Term

The Oregon Farm Bureau First Vice President Tracey Liskey was re-elected to a fourth two-year term.
Liskey was elected at the Oregon Farm Bureau 78th Anniversary State Convention in late January. Liskey was elected by the House of Delegates. This committee consists of agriculture volunteers from all sectors of the industry as well as one representative from each county Farm Bureau office.
As First Vice President, Liskey is responsible for heading the annual House of Delegates, assisting Oregon Farm Bureau President Barry Bushue as requested and watching over the corporate records of the organization.
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Washington County Farm Bureau Scholarships Available to HS Seniors


The Oregon Farm Bureau offers a variety of scholarships to students pursuing a career in agriculture or related fields.
High school students in Washington County can apply for scholarships ranging up to $1,000 depending on the type of school and major.
Students must be accepted into an accredit college or university and have high academic standing. Those with agriculture experience or farm bureau family members are preferred, but not required.
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