Wright County Good Neighbor Award presented to Gary and Sally Woodley

Shown in the picture are Sally Woodley, Wright County Farm Bureau President Troy Watne and Gary Woodley. Photo submitted

Gary and Sally Woodley of Clarion were presented with the eighth annual Wright County Farm Bureau Good Neighbor Award at the Member Appreciation Supper on August 1.  The award was presented in recognition of the environmental practices in their farming operation, community service and their promotion of agriculture.

He has served as Sunday school superintendent, trustee, deacon, elder, board chairman and board secretary of the Clarion Church of Christ and was a 4-H leader. He and Sally have both served on the Clarion school board. Sally served as board president for five years. Sally is a manager and vendor for the Clarion Farmer’s Market and is an active member of the Church of Christ where she has been a Sunday school and VBS teacher. She has served as a chairman for the Prairie Homestead Quilters Guild, a Meals on Wheels driver and a 4-H club leader and county clothing leader for a total of 42 years, seving as county and state judge.

When not busy with farm or community work, Gary enjoys collecting antique cars.  Sally quilts, sews and gardens and they both enjoy spending time with grandchildren.

Wright County Farm Bureau congratulates Gary and Sally for earning the Wright County Farm Bureau’s Good Neighbor Award for 2017 and thanks them for their dedication to the land, community and agriculture.

 

For the full story, see the August 10 edition of the Monitor.