RENSSELAER CO., N.Y. — Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) recently held their Annual meeting and announced the 2020 election results. Jane Luskin of Valley Falls was re-elected to her second term as a Board of Director At Large. Luke Winnicki of East Greenbush was re-elected and Matthew Grab of Troy was elected to the Agriculture Program Development Committee. Paul Engelke of Brunswick was re-elected and Chris Roblin of Averill Park was elected to the Horticulture Program Development Committee. Jennifer Hurd of West Sand Lake was re-elected and Donna Bradbury of East Schodack were elected to the 4-H Program Development Committee. Dianne Mosher of Petersburgh was re-elected and Nancy Clement of Nassau and Cindy Mattison of Hoosick Falls were elected to the Family and Consumer Science Program Development Committee. 2020 terms commenced January 1, 2020 and will conclude December 31, 2022. CCE thanks all the candidates willing to run on the 2020 ballot.
Additionally, at our annual meeting/dinner the 2019 Golden Shovel Awards were presented, outgoing Program Development Committee volunteers and staff milestones were also recognized. The Golden Shovel recipients this year were – the Great Schaghticoke Fair, received by President Danny Requate and Secretary David Moore, Marilyn Schreyer of Troy, Richard Demick of Stephentown, John Moore of Valley Falls, Marge Davey of Troy and Don Marpe of Valley Falls. Also recognized was Kinderhook Creek Farm for hosting the 2019 Farm Day Out in Stephentown. CCE is appreciative of the many dedicated and hard-working volunteers and are very thankful for all their supporters and volunteers year round. We look forward to Growing the Next Century together.
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