News & Events

Polk Summer 2021 Update

Our chapter has been able to meet regularly over the last few months, in-person! We are waiting to hear if we can have a booth at the Polk County Fair. Vendors are not allowed this year, but we may be able to put together an unmanned table with information about agriculture. The fair runs from…
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Linn-Benton Summer 2021 Update

The Linn-Benton ladies continue our meetings in-person, with a Zoom option. For our June meeting, we met at Carino’s in Albany and enjoyed a fantastic dinner and great company before getting down to business. Our Activity/Coloring Book is headed out to farm stands and markets throughout our counties. Our scholarship committee announced the winners of our 2021 scholarships. This…
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Lane Summer 2021 Update

The Lane County chapter is now offering a $500 Scholarship to a Lane County FFA chapter. The application will be sent out to advisors and set up on the OWA website, under our chapter page. June 5th, we held our annual fundraiser at the Function 4 Junction show and shine. We sold root beer floats…
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Marion-Clackamas Summer 2021 Update

This month Marion Clackamas rounded out our last meeting before the summer season with an in person social at Ankeny Vineyard in South Salem, hosted by Mallory Phelan. We had a great time getting to know some new members and chatting together over delicious wine and appetizers. It was so fun to be together in…
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Columbia Gorge Summer 2021 Update

The Columbia Gorge chapter held its first in-person meetings March 16 at the Bargeway Pub in The Dalles and May 19 outdoors at Sorosis Park, also in The Dalles. The chapter was a sponsor of the North Central Livestock Association “Bull Tour” on April 16, and several chapter members attended the livestock and ranch tour. No…
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Yamhill Winter 2021 Update

Greetings from Yamhill County. We wrap up 2020 feeling grateful for the bonds and friendships nurtured within our chapter throughout the year. Despite Zoom being a poor substitute for in person meetings, we still appreciate the ability to stay connected this year. We were sad to learn of the sudden passing of Stephani Lougher in…
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