I sm so glad I attended the meeting today! Now, each time I visit and look at the Texas Heritage Hall of Honor, I am going to learn more about the honorees on the wall!
The Dallas Agricultural Club is such a good group. It's mission: Promoting Agricultural Awareness and Providing industry updates for our members.
Meetings are the first Monday of each month and our website touts that we are "The Original Noonday Luncheon Club of the World." Membership is open to any and all who wish to learn more about and/or promote agriculture.
I feel honored to be a part of this group. It is a group of men and women dedicated to promoting agriculture. Each time we meet I come away feeling like I am being mentored and I feel enriched learning through the experiences and knowledge of these who share my passion for agriculture! My goal now is to learn more about the history of the Dallas Agricultural Club and get to know each and every member!
On top of my experience learning about Eugene Butler, we enjoyed a program of Legislative Updates by Texas Farm Bureau Field Representative Roger Hall and we also met the newest Dallas AgriLife Extension Agent, Elizabeth Rudd.
|After the meeting I drove through Fair Park and the Texas Star Ferris Wheel sat silently in the cool air. When I had first arrived I thought the fairgrounds looked so desolate. When I left I had the feeling of joy I get when I am at the State Fair with thousands of others there with me! Today was a great day indeed!|
To learn more about the Dallas Agricultural Club visit: http://dallasagriculturalclub.com/