Cleveland County Cattlemen’s Association
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Cleveland County Cattlemen’s Association (CCCA) is a non-profit educational organization that serves to promote the beef industry in and around Cleveland County, North Carolina. Persons or firms interested in the production, marketing, or consumption of beef are eligible to join. Membership is $10 annually, or $250 for a Lifetime Membership. The affairs of the Association are managed by a Board of Directors elected by the general membership. The board also serves as an advisory committee to the County Extension Center, providing direction and support to livestock and forage-related educational programs. General members are encouraged to serve on one or more standing committees that focus on long-term planning and project implementation.
To join CCCA, download the Membership Application and remit with $10 membership dues payable to “CCCA” to: Cleveland County Cattlemen’s Association, 130 S. Post Road, Suite 1, Shelby, NC 28152.
Since 2004, CCCA has demonstrated its commitment to youth by awarding scholarships to deserving young men and women from Cleveland County who are pursuing a college degree with emphasis in beef production. Priority consideration is given to applicants who are associate member of CCCA or whose parents or grandparents are active members. Applications are due April 15 of each year.
Cattlemen’s Hall of Fame…
Every year since 2000, the Association has inducted a beef industry leader into its Cattlemen’s Hall of Fame. The award is presented during our Annual Membership and Awards Banquet, held the fourth Friday night in January.