On May 8, Farmer’s Coop Company, of Windsor, received the Bronze Award from Quality Liquid Feeds of Dodgeville, Wis., presented by Tom Scanlon, district manager for Quality Liquid Feeds. This award is presented to dealers who have exhibited excellence in sales and service to their cattle producer customers.
Dr. Clark K. Fobian, owner/practioner at Thompson Hills Animal Clinic in Sedalia, was inducted into the Missouri Veterinary Medical Foundation’s (MVMF) Veterinary Honor Roll. The ceremony, attended by family, friends and colleagues, was held April 27 in Jefferson City.
State Fair Community College honored the top instructor, adjunct instructor and staff member for 2012-13 in a ceremony on May 10 in the Yeater Learning Center.
Jan Smith, director of volunteer services at the Missouri Veterans Home in Warrensburg, retired on Saturday. She had held the position for more than seven years, and was one of the organization’s most high-profile community liaisons. She also served a key advisory role on the nonprofit Veterans Assistance League (VAL) Board of Directors.
Co-Mo Electric Cooperative will open the doors to its new Operations Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony prior to its annual meeting on May 23.
The deadline to apply for the Sedalia Business Women’s annual scholarships has been extended to May 15. The club offers scholarships to applicants who are re-entering the job market or training to improve job opportunities.
Caleb Sumner, of Sumner Insurance Agency in Sedalia, qualified for the 2013 Senior Marketing Specialist Advisory Council held last month in Las Vegas. The council is made up of the top agents among more than 8,500 agents who market senior insurance products.