Ohio Agricultural Council Announces 2023 Hall of Fame Inductees
This an esteemed recognition for their contributions to the agricultural industry
The Ohio Agricultural Council is set to honor four individuals who have dedicated their lives to working in and promoting Ohio’s farm community. On August 4, Kenneth Davis of Leesburg, Terry McClure of Grover Hill, Thomas Menke of Greenville and Dr. Don Sanders of Urbana will be inducted into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame, an esteemed recognition of their contributions to the agricultural industry.
“It gives us great pleasure to acknowledge this outstanding group of Hall of Fame inductees,” said Chris Henney, CAE president of the Ohio Agricultural Council and president and CEO of the Ohio AgriBusiness Association. “Their commendable contributions to the agricultural industry, including advocacy, mentorship, leadership, and conservation efforts, have garnered recognition at the local, state, national and international levels.”
In its 57th year, the annual event is typically attended by over 600 guests who gather to honor the inductees for their lifetime of service and dedication to Ohio’s agriculture community. With the induction of these four individuals, the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame will have honored 249 recipients since its inception in 1966.
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