2016 Allen County Farm Bureau Legislative Dinner - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2016 Allen County Farm Bureau Legislative Dinner

 

Allen County Farm Bureau invited local, state, and national officials to its 2016 Legislative Appreciation event on Thursday, June 30th. This annual tradition is a way of thanking board members and local, state, and national legislative representatives.

During the evenings events Sarah Jones presented Tyler Ausbrooks, son of Eddie and Susan Ausbrooks, an Allen County Farm Bureau scholarship in the amount of $500.00.

Diane Bewley, daughter of the late Ralston Bewley who had served on Allen County Farm Bureau board of directors for 19 years, donated the remaining $8,325.11 of her late mother’s estate to be used for scholarships.

 

 

 

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