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Cleveland County Cattlemen's Banquet huge success


Good food, awards, educational speaker, entertainment and door prizes equal a great time had by those attending the Cleveland County Cattlemen's Association Annual Banquet.

The annual banquet was held Nov. 19 in the Frye Auditorium at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds. With more than 100 people in attendance the evening turned into a great opportunity to learn information about the beef industry and socialize with other producers in the county.

Awards were given to the Champion and Reserve Champion Bred and Owned Heifer exhibitors from the 2009 Cleveland County Free Fair. Winners included Champion--Dalton Duke, Lexington and Reserve Champion--Coy Pfeiffer, Lexington.

In addition to the awards, over 20 people took home door prizes ranging from tools and smoked turkeys to Heartland Flyer tickets. The Cleveland County Cattlemen's Association would like to thank all of the advertisers and door prize sponsors. Your support is truly appreciated.

If you have any questions or would like additional information please contact Matt Stockman, agriculture educator at the Cleveland County OCES office, 405-321-4774.

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