Susie McEntire, country gospel singer, will entertain members again for this year’s 75th Oklahoma Farm Bureau Annual Meeting memorial and worship service.
Returning for a second year at the OKFB convention, McEntire will speak during the memorial worship service on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 9:15 a.m.
McEntire, the younger sister of country music singer Reba McEntire, was raised on an Oklahoma ranch. She began singing as a teenager with her siblings, Pake and Reba. After graduating from Oklahoma State University, McEntire continued singing with her country superstar sister.
The two sisters performed concerts for sold-out crowds and made television appearances on various programs such as “Hee Haw” and “The Grand Ole Opry.” After several years, Susie decided to begin singing gospel music.
Over the years, Susie has garnered much acclaim from peers and fans alike with numerous awards and nominations from TNN, GMA and CCMA. She also has been named Artist of the Year several times and scored four No. 1 singles in the field of Positive Country Music.
To learn more about McEntire, visit www.SusieMcEntire.com.
Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s annual meeting allows Oklahoma farmers and ranchers to gather together to participate in setting organizational policy and vote on policy issues for the next state legislative session. Convention highlights include numerous OKFB awards, the election of three district directors, a trade show, general sessions and selection of delegates for the American Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting in 2017. This year’s meeting will be held Nov. 11-13 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. This year’s theme is “Bold Innovators with the Wisdom to See Beyond Tomorrow.”
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