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American Agri-Women officially began November 14, 1974, founded by four state women's agriculture groups which had formed: Women for the Survival of Agriculture in Michigan; Wisconsin Women for Agriculture; Oregon Women for Agriculture; and the Washington
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Resource Center Leadership | American Agri-Women
Peggy Clark, Treasurer
Board of Directors
Secretary - Peggy Clark
Treasurer - Peggy Clark
The Journal Times Online
Peggy Clark, founder and treasurer of Friends of Seniors, said she would like to run a center for seniors at the building.Friends of Seniors
was founded in 1994 with one major mission, to find a way to create a senior center in Racine.Clark hopes to lease the building from the city at a discounted rate.Clark
said Friends of Seniors
might charge an admission fee or a small annual fee for seniors.The building could be used for senior activities.She
said there could be dartball, card playing, exercise classes and craft classes."I've got so many ideas that I want to try to start," she
Executive & Committee Leaders | American Agri-Women
Peggy Clark, Dayton, OH
Peggy Clark is secretary/treasurer of Mike Farm Enterprises, Inc., a family farm corporation.
husband Mike, and their son David, manage 5500 acres of corn, soybeans, and wheat for 67 different landlords in four different counties.
They also manage a small trucking firm, Lytle Trucking , Ltd., hauling grain and bio products.
Peggy graduated from Waynesville High School and attended Wright State University.
She is active in many community organizations including Waynesville United Methodist Church, Warren County Farm Bureau, Waynesville Progressive Women, American Agri-Women, and is past president (for 12 years) of the Ohio Agri-Women.
She and Mike have three children-David (40) who works on the farm, Steven (38) is a videographer, and Jaime (35) is a high school asst. principal.
Both Peggy and her
husband are alumni of the Ohio State University
Leadership Education and Development program (as well as their son David).
has always taken a keen interest in serving her
community in various aspects.
Some of those include: Madison County MRDD Board of Trustees, London Cub Scout Leader Coordinator, Waynesville Girl Scout Neighborhood Director, LEAD Alumni
Board of Trustees, Board of Trustees for Quaker Heights Nursing Home
, Co-Convention Chair for the LEAD International Convention
, Warren County Commissioners' Farmland Preservation/Open Ground Committee
, and Clearcreek Township Land Use Committee
currently volunteers at Quaker Heights every Friday afternoon as a craft leader for the residents.
As a note of interest, she
family, over the past 25 years, have hosted many international exchange students and guests from 75 different countries at their home and farm.
family have traveled extensively throughout the world on visits and agricultural tours.
American Agri-Women Resource Center
Peggy Clark Director