Horry County resident Megan Floyd (left), pictured with Pee Dee District vice chair Joye Davis (right), was among nearly 80 women from 22 counties across the state who gathered in Greenville September 25-26 for the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation’s (SCFB) annual Women’s Leadership Conference to participate in workshops that showcased local agriculture, offered personal development, and provided tools to promote agriculture in their counties.
Horry County resident Megan Floyd (left), pictured with Pee Dee District vice chair Joye Davis (right), was among nearly 80 women from 22 counties across the state who gathered in Greenville September 25-26 for the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation’s (SCFB) annual Women’s Leadership Conference to participate in workshops that showcased local agriculture, offered personal development, and provided tools to promote agriculture in their counties.
Horry County resident Megan Floyd (left), pictured with Pee Dee District vice chair Joye Davis (right), was among nearly 80 women from 22 counties across the state who gathered in Greenville September 25-26 for the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation’s (SCFB) annual Women’s Leadership Conference to participate in workshops that showcased local agriculture, offered personal development, and provided tools to promote agriculture in their counties.

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October 05, 2017 05:00 AM

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