Allen County Wins Awards at the 2016 Kentucky Farm Bureau Convention - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Allen County Wins Awards at the 2016 Kentucky Farm Bureau Convention

 

Al Pedigo, County Board President, and John Pedigo, Young Farmer Chair, accepted awards for the county's many activities. Also attending the state wide convention were Sarah Jones, Chair of the Women's Activities Committee who performs the bulk of the work in our organization!
 
Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney, Allen County Young Farmer Chair John Pedigo, and Kentucky Farm Bureau Executive Vice President David Beck
Al Pedigo accepts an award from David Beck, executive vice president of Kentucky Farm Bureau.

 

 

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