Polk County Officers
President: Diann Washburn
Vice President: Deb Thomas
Recording Secretary: Mallory Lucas
Treasurer: Tiffany Marx
Corresponding Secretary: Lindsey Myers
Polk County Women for Agriculture meets on the second Monday of each month, at 11:30 am at area restaurants. Contact us for location.
Constitution Essay Contest
Polk, Marion, and Benton County students in grades 9-12 are invited to enter the eighth annual Polk County Women for Agriculture Constitutional Essay Contest.
Prizes awarded will be $250 for first place, $100 for second place, and $50 for third place. Also, each entry will receive a $5 Dutch Bros. card and a pocket Constitution.
Contest deadline December 31, 2018.
Past Essay Topics
2011 – “Which do you think is the most important amendment to the Constitution in the Bill of Rights, and why?”
2012 – “How do you believe the founding fathers’ agriculture backgrounds helped shape the Constitution?”
2013 – “How is the Constitution still relevant today?”
2014 – “Rewrite the Declaration of Independence in your own words.”
2015 – “Name five things you learned when you read the Constitution and write a paragraph about each.”
2016 – “If the 1787 Constitution were presented today, would it be ratified? Why, or why not?”