Corn club banquet held

| February 7, 2014
Awards presented: The 48th annual corn club banquet was held at River View High School on Monday evening, Feb. 3. Award winners are pictured left to right: Neil Croft, Dale Hedrick, Lynn Mikesell, Knox Porteus, Drew Hunter, first place, hand hill check, Kevin Lowe, first place trophy hand bottom check, Martin Daugherty, first place trophy machine hill check, Kyle Daugherty, second place trophy machine bottom check, Denny Tumblin, Kevin McVey, Joe McVey, first place trophy machine bottom check and Andy Kinzel. Martin Daugherty was also presented with the no-till grand champion trophy with 245.51 bushels per acre. Beacon photo by Mark Fortune

Awards presented: The 48th annual corn club banquet was held at River View High School on Monday evening, Feb. 3. Award winners are pictured left to right: Neil Croft, Dale Hedrick, Lynn Mikesell, Knox Porteus, Drew Hunter, first place, hand hill check, Kevin Lowe, first place trophy hand bottom check, Martin Daugherty, first place trophy machine hill check, Kyle Daugherty, second place trophy machine bottom check, Denny Tumblin, Kevin McVey, Joe McVey, first place trophy machine bottom check and Andy Kinzel. Martin Daugherty was also presented with the no-till grand champion trophy with 245.51 bushels per acre. Beacon photo by Mark Fortune

COSHOCTON – The 48th annual corn club banquet was held at River View High School on Monday evening, Feb. 3.The event is hosted by the River View FFA department.

Alan Brinker was the guest speaker and presented a program on the Three Rivers Energy Ethanol Plant. Brinker fielded questions about the use of ethanol and the positive economic impact of the plant on Coshocton and the surrounding area.

Trophies were provided by Coshocton Grain Company and the Soil & Water Conservation District of Coshocton County. Plaques were provided by Farm Credit Services.

The program followed a meal of baked steak, chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, rolls and dessert. Awards were presented by members of the River View FFA department and a special presenter, Shiloh Kinzel. Mr. Jim Rich gave the closing remarks.

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