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Abigayle Pollock is pictured here with the Champion Prospect Steer at the 4-H Regional and State Junior Beef Expo. Philip Pollock holds the ribbon and award the steer won.
Medal winners in the 4-H Beef Expo are pictured here at the Tennessee Junior Livestock Exposition with Darrell Ailshire, Tennessee Farm Bureau and Tennessee Livestock Producers, sponsor of awards. Pictured are (front, from left) Jana Owen, fifth in Junior Skillathon and second in Junior Premier Exhibitor; Alex Thompson, third in Commercial Heifer Premier Exhibitor; Ella Pollock, fourth in Junior Premier Exhibitor; Allie Perry, fourth in Explorer Premier Exhibitor; (second row)
Allie Perry’s heifer was the Champion Angus heifer at the Central Region Show and State Junior Show. Allie also won Showmanship at these shows and was the fourth overall Premier Exhibitor. Pictured are (from left) Joe Warren; Jary Douglas, judge; Jackie Perry; Jonathan Perry; Levi Douglas, judge; David Young; Allie Perry; and Kelsey Faulkner.
This heifer was the Champion Hereford at the State Junior Beef Expo, as well as the Central Region Junior Show. She was the fifth overall heifer in the Supreme lineup at the State Junior Beef Expo. Pictured are (from left) Ashleigh Nash, Hereford Queen; Jamie Thomas; Shane Thomas; Matt Copeland; Michael Banner; Levi Douglas, judge; Jary Douglas, judge; Juliann Fears; an unidentified boy; and Dustin Thomas.
Lincoln County 4-H recently participated in three cow shows. The first of these was the Lincoln County show, a great way for the cow show group to get together and hang out. The second show was the district show, held in Murfreesboro, for Middle Tennessee, consisting of showmanship, the commercial show, registered heifer show and a steer show. The last show was a two-day state show in Murfreesboro. The first
American Legion Towry Post 42 was chartered in 1919 here in Fayetteville, the same year that the American Legion was chartered by an act of Congress. The post was named in honor of Pvt. Smith Towry, the first soldier from Lincoln County killed in World War I. The American Legion is a patriotic, mutual help, wartime veteran’s organization – a community service organization, which now numbers nearly three million members,
Cancer has impacted the lives of countless families in Bedford, Coffee, Franklin, Grundy, Marion, Lincoln, Moore, and Warren counties during the past 21 years. During that time the Multi-County Cancer Support Network (MCCSN) and its team of volunteers have stepped up to help those families. Financial, educational, and emotional support are the core products MCCSN provides to those afflicted in the eight county Middle Tennessee area. Financial assistance to the