NCFB president Larry Wooten presenting ACFB president Vaughn Willoughby with the award for County of Excellence

NCFB president Larry Wooten presenting ACFB president Vaughn Willoughby with the award for County of Excellence

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1- County of Excellence 2015

ACFB President accepts Public Relations Award from NCFB Vice President Jerry Wyant

ACFB President accepts Public Relations Award from NCFB Vice President Jerry Wyant

Public Relations Award 2015

Public Relations Award 20151- 

2015

  • Public Relations Award
  • County of Excellence Award

2014

  • Women’s Program Award

2013

2012

2011

2010

  • Certificate of Achievement for participation in NC Farm Bureau’s Achievement Book Program
  • Women’s Program Award
  • Legislative Award
  • Outstanding County of Excellence Program
  • Outstanding Women’s Program
  • Outstanding Legislative Program
  • Outstanding Public Relations Program

2009

  • Outstanding Legislative Program
  • Outstanding Public Relations Program
  • Outstanding County of Excellence Program
  • Outstanding Safety Program
  • Outstanding Women’s Program

2008

  • Outstanding Public Relations Program
  • Outstanding County of Excellence Program
  • Legislative Award
  • Outstanding Legislative Award
  • Outstanding Safety Program

2007

  • Outstanding Women’s Program
  • Outstanding Legislative Program
  • Outstanding Safety Program
  • Outstanding County of Excellence Program

 

Awards Given by ACFB

Friend of Agriculture Award

2015 – Lee Russell

2014 – Eddie Dixon

2013

2012-

2011- Jim Roney

2010- Rep. Dan Ingle

2009- Paul Walker

2008- Bill Covington

2007- Rett Davis

This award is given once per year and is presented at the
annual county meeting, which is usually held in November as called by the Board
of Directors.

The award is given to the individual who represents the best of the guidelines
as listed below and who has shown to be an exceptional example of service,
promotion, leadership and stewardship of and to agriculture in Alamance County,
North Carolina.


Guidelines for Selection

  1. Alamance County Farm Bureau Members and non-members are
    eligible for nomination. Farm Bureau members will receive preferential
    consideration over other nominees.
  2. Any Alamance County resident who is actively engaged in agricultural
    production or agribusiness. Active farmers and producers will receive
    preferential consideration over other nominees.
  3. Members of local, city, county, or state government that
    represent Alamance County can be considered.
  4. Significant work in any particular agricultural commodity
    or on the behalf of all agriculture in Alamance County.
  5. Community involvement- local boards, little league,
    volunteer work, etc.- will also be considered as part of the nominee’s overall
    consideration.

 Selection Process

  1. The award committee will receive nominations from the
    Alamance County Farm Bureau Board of Directors as well as the general
    membership of Alamance County Farm Bureau.
  2. Nominations should be made on or before August 31st for
    consideration. Nominations should be presented on nomination forms provided by
    the Board of Directors and/or the award committee.
  3. The award committee will narrow the field of nominees to two
    or three finalists. These finalists will be voted on by the Alamance County
    Farm Bureau Board of Directors at a regular monthly meeting. The Board of
    Director’s vote will determine the winner.