Skip to main content

Tyree Ag Named 2016 Extension Appreciation Award Recipient - Blog

On Tuesday, November 27, Tyree Ag was awarded the 2016 Edwards County Extension Appreciation Award at the annual extension meeting in Kinsley. Garrett Reiss, a 4-H Youth PDC Extension Council member and Tyree Ag employee, accepted the award on behalf of Tyree Ag. 

 
Tim Tyree

 

*Taken from the Edwards County K-State Research and Extension Annual Meeting Program.
----------------------
Extension Appreciation Award

The 2016 Edwards County Extension Appreciation Award is awarded to Tyree Ag. Tyree Ag has been a generous supporter of Extension in Edwards County since their inception.
Tyree Ag has been a supporter of the Edwards County Leadership Enhancement Series (ECLES) both financially and attending the leadership classes, the agriculture program contributing to the wheat and milo plots, to the 4-H program and the Edwards County Fair as generous contributors.
To Tim and paige, and their staff at Tyree Ag, we appreciate your time and efforts in supporting K-State Research and Extension in Edwards County. So many of our programs are better because of your involvement. We thank you so very much!

-------------------------

Tyree Ag is proud to contribute to Edwards County K-State Research and Extension and Edwards County 4-H. We believe education is very important at all ages and we look forward to contributing in the years to come.

 

The Edwards County Leadership Enhancement Series (ECLES) - This leadership class sponsored by Extension graduated eight members this year. Class members were Ricky Cruz, Alisha Heyen-Craft, William King, Todd Pray, Derek Puthoff, Kristine Puthoff, Victoria Rodriguez, and Zach Townsend. Members met monthly to discuss leadership in the community, at work, and in politics. There were 5 class sessions and a trip to Topeka. Tyree Ag employee, Kristine Puthoff, graduated in this year's class. Previous Tyree Ag employee ECLES graduates include Tonya Taylor, JimBob Bowman, and Paige Tyree. 

 

KP