Pictured at the Franklin County Cattlemen’s Association dinner are (L to R): Jack Hargett, Franklin County Cattlemen secretary/treasurer; Orland Britnell, past state president of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association; Steven Smith, Franklin County Cattlemen president; Floyd Willingham, Jr., Franklin County Cattlemen past president; Woody Clark, president-elect of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association; Roland Coan, state regional vice-president of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association; and Katernia Cole, Franklin County Extension coordinator.
Pictured at the Franklin County Cattlemen’s Association dinner are (L to R): Jack Hargett, Franklin County Cattlemen secretary/treasurer; Orland Britnell, past state president of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association; Steven Smith, Franklin County Cattlemen president; Floyd Willingham, Jr., Franklin County Cattlemen past president; Woody Clark, president-elect of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association; Roland Coan, state regional vice-president of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association; and Katernia Cole, Franklin County Extension coordinator.

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Cattlemen hold annual appreciation dinner

Published 4:59pm Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The Franklin County Cattlemen’s Association had their annual appreciation dinner on Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Ralph C. Bishop Community Center in Russellville.

The event was attended by over 500 people who enjoyed a steak dinner, entertainment and door prizes provided by local businesses, including Sunshine Mills, Inc. in Red Bay.

The Franklin County Cattlemen’s Association has been giving back to the community for many years through their innovative programs.

They continuously support the local schools through their annual beef donation to family and consumer science classes and their annual scholarships that are given out thanks to the popular Cattlemen’s steak sandwich sales.

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