Around The County

Staff Writer
Pawhuska Journal-Capital

OCHS HOSTING BOOK SALE

The Osage County Historical Society is hosting a book sale through the end of July with discounts of 10-50 percent. Large selection includes Osage County authors. Open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday at 700 Leahy. Call 918-287-9119 for more information.

‘ANNIE’S PROJECT’ TO TEACH FARM/RANCH SKILLS TO WOMEN

Women of Osage County have the opportunity to enroll in “Annie’s Project,” a course designed to provide women with management and leadership skills necessary to efficiently manage their farm, ranch or agricultural endeavors.

Participants will learn:

• Personality evaluation and how to work with other personalities in your family/business with a hands-on presentation called “StrengthQuest.”

• Working with and managing Millennials.

• Farm Family Financial Management.

• Business Management (Goal Setting, Objective Setting, Evaluation).

• Legal Issues With Property Ownership & Estate Planning.

• Insurance For Family and Business.

• Current Livestock Issues.

• Marketing and Branding your Business.

Participants will receive a leather portfolio, a “jump drive” pre-loaded with Annie’s Project courses and a binder with all the course material. Classes will be held from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Fridays beginning Aug. 7 and continuing through Sept. 18 at the Osage Country Fairgrounds. Lunch will be served during each course.

For more on this event, call 918-287-4170 or abbi.goldenberg@okstate.edu.