NAMA chapters celebrate AG Day.
This year many NAMA Na·ma
n. pl. Nama or Na·mas
1. A member of a people of southwest Africa.
2. The Khoikhoin language of the Nama. chapters held Ag Day events. Below is a brief description of some of those chapter programs.
Eighty-five smiling, bright-eyed preschool and kindergarten children bounced onto Living History Farms on March 19, 2004, with 35 parent/teacher chaperones to learn about agriculture and celebrate many things we take for granted each day that are produced by America's farmers.
On March 22, 2004, the Cornbelt NAMA Chapter joined forces with others in the industry to participate in the "Celebration of Agriculture" in Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids, city (1990 pop. 108,751), seat of Linn co., E central Iowa, on the Cedar River; inc. as a city 1856. The second largest city in Iowa, it is named for the surging rapids in the river. , Iowa. Close to 500 individuals attended this annual event in its 18th year.
The keynote speaker, Dr. Kenneth M. Quinn, President of The World Food Prize Foundation, shared his many experiences in agriculture as a former U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia.
North Central NAMA
North Central NAMA held a Celebration of Ag Week 2004 on March 18 at CHS (Cylinder Head Sector) An earlier method of addressing a hard disk by referencing all three physical elements of the drive. It was superseded by logical block addressing (see LBA). . CHS President & CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. John Johnson John Johnson may refer to:
On March 10, Mo-Kan NAMA and 20 other organizations joined forces to celebrate Ag Day. More than 600 elementary school elementary school: see school. children and educators from across the Kansas City Kansas City, two adjacent cities of the same name, one (1990 pop. 149,767), seat of Wyandotte co., NE Kansas (inc. 1859), the other (1990 pop. 435,146), Clay, Jackson, and Platte counties, NW Mo. (inc. 1850). metropolitan area attended a pizza party at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame is located in Bonner Springs, Kansas. The Kansas Glacial Hills region supplied historic Fort Leavenworth with agricultural products that Frontier Army Quartermasters delivered to other Kansas Territory outposts by wagon train. in Bonner Springs, Kan.
In addition to stopping at learning stations spread throughout the center, children enjoyed magician Rex Getz and his "Magical World of Agriculture."
National Ag Day Program
This year's national Ag Day program featured a planning guide that was sent to organizations planning an event. The 2004 poster, entitled "A Celebration of Agriculture" featured ag photography of the Mountain West. This poster, sponsored by John Deere, is the second in a series that will depict agriculture around the U.S.
New to this year's program were the Ag Fact Cards, sponsored by CHS. These business-card size pieces featured three different messages about agriculture and can be ordered in packs of 50. To order posters or fact cards visit www.agday.org.