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    Mulching

    Protect exposed tree roots by mulching around the root area. A 2 – 4 inch layer of mulch protects the roots and creates a good growing environment. It’s common to plant grass all the way up against the tree trunk, but when that happens the grass and tree compete for water and nutrients. A mulch layer creates an optimal healthy growing environment for the tree!

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    2020 Scholarship Recipients

    Meet our Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship Recipients Amanda Finnerty Finnerty (pictured to the left) recently graduated from Homeschool and will be continuing her education at Hannibal LaGrange University. Finnerty will be pursuing Graphic Design with a Minor in Business Administrations. She hopes to start her own business and work for smaller, non profit organizations. Hailey King King (pictured to the right) recently graduated from Elsberry High School. This fall, she plans to attend Culver Stockton College to study Nursing. Hailey dreams of becoming a Neonatal Nurse so that she can continue to pursue her passion of helping others.   Congratulations  to both recipients and good luck in…

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    COVID-19 & Office Operations

    Message regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)and Office Operations: Beginning Monday, March 23, our office will no longer allow walk in customers. The health of our employees and customers is of the upmost importance to us, and for that reason we ask that you utilize our website, mail drop box or call to conduct business. We appreciate your understanding as we all work together during this difficult time. If you have any questions please call our office at: 636-528-8242. Information and updates can be found at the following places: • https://lcfmins.com/ • https://lcfmins.com/blog/ • https://www.facebook.com/LCFMins/ • https://twitter.com/CountyCompany Thank you, Lincoln County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company

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    Annual Meeting Notice

    Please see this notice from our Board of Directors regarding the Annual Meeting: NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF ANNUAL MEETING To: Members of Lincoln County Farmer’s Mutual Insurance Company Re: 2020 Annual Meeting scheduled for Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 12:00 pm The safety of our members and attendees of the Annual Meeting is of the utmost importance to the Board of Directors. Due to current and ongoing matters concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the Board of Directors for the Lincoln County Farmer’s Mutual Insurance Company is canceling its Annual Meeting scheduled for Saturday March 21, 2020. At this time a new meeting date and time…

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    Postponed Annual Meeting

    In response to the current coronavirus pandemic, and in the best interest of our guests the 2020 Annual Meeting, that was to be held this Saturday, March 21st, has been postponed indefinitely. The safety of our attendees is of the upmost importance to us and we appreciate your understanding. When the meeting is rescheduled, we will send updates as necessary.

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    Still Time to Apply

    *** SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY *** *** ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO APPLY *** The Missouri Association Mutual Insurance Companies (MAMIC) Scholarship is now available for students to apply. There are scholarships awarded to both college and high school students. Along with this ,we at Lincoln County Farmers Mutual award scholarship winners locally as well. To apply please visit www.mamic.net and click the scholarship tab THE DEADLINE FOR THE APPLICATION IS MARCH 2, 2020 Good luck to all those who apply!

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    Earthquake Awareness

    EarthquakeAwarenessMonth If you’re in a vehicle at the time of an #earthquake, get to a safe area, stop the car and try to cover your head, staying inside the vehicle. Stay away from bridges and overpasses, and be sure to listen to the radio for notices and important information ❗️❕❗️❕

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    Earthquake Awareness Month

    February is Earthquake Awareness Month! In the event you ever experience an earthquake remember to DROP, COVER, and HOLD ON. As earthquakes continue to occur on a daily basis in the central U.S.—with nearly 2,000 small tremors per year—this is the time the think about earthquake risk. If you’re not able to hide under a piece of furniture, crouch down and cover your face and head with your arms, making sure you’re not near windows, mirrors, or other loose items. Help protect your possessions in the event of an earthquake by asking your agent about earthquake coverage on your policy!