- June 04, 2015
Emily Huff and Cameron Wilbur have been accepted to the 2015 Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) program. The IFAL program is a unique five-day summer leadership conference that exposes students to college life and explores different fields of study for careers in agriculture.
- June 04, 2015
Kevanna Daniels has been selected the winner of Boyd County Farm Bureau’s 2015 Scholarship. She graduated from Fairview High School and will attending Ashland Community & Technical College. Kevanna hopes to get her Associate in Science and then go in the Medical field – PA working with children.
- May 11, 2015
Boyd County Farm Bureau’s Annual Meeting / Dinner will be held Monday October 12, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kenneth Franks Community Building, Boyd County Fairgrounds.
Boyd County Farm Bureau Federation celebrates Kentucky Ag Literacy Week / National Ag Day, March 15-21, 2015
- March 23, 2015
Alex Young is attending ACTC / Morehead State studying Elementary Education and working the after school program at Cannonsburg Elementary. On March 18th Alex read the book “The Apple Orchard Riddle” by Margaret McNamara and G Brian Karas to the students on behalf of Kentucky Ag Literacy Week / National Ag Day. This book is a playful humorous story, the students learn a lot about apples and apple orchards – including how apples are harvested, how cider is made and what the different varieties of apples are while trying to solve a riddle. A snack of apples and apple juice was given to the students provided by Boyd County Board of Directors.
Alex is the granddaughter of Linda Hardeman, Chairperson of the Women’s Committee and CSR for the Boyd County Farm Bureau Board of Directors.
- February 26, 2015
Boyd County just celebrated Food Check-Out-Week February 15-21, 2015. Linda Hardeman Chairperson of the Women’s Committee visited Craycraft’s IGA on Court Street in Catlettsburg, Kentucky. We talked with some customers in recognition of Food Check-Out-Week. Let them know how America’s Farmers are most productive and efficient in the world by providing us with an ample supply of safe and affordable food. Farmers help feed our community, state, nation and other people from around the world with the goods they produce. The cashiers at IGA and both insurance offices passed out the promotional cards so everyone could learn more about Food Check-Out-Week. Kentucky Farm Bureau Agency Manager Bryan Carroll joined in to help us celebrate. Boyd County Farm Bureau sends out a “Big Thank You” to our Farmers and Agriculture. Additional history information on Food Check-Out-Week is available on American Farm Bureau Federation website.
- January 29, 2015
Boyd County Farm Bureau wishes to present a scholarship to an outstanding graduating senior of a Boyd County School. It is our intention to give recognition to a student who has contributed to the leadership of school and community and has indicated a strong desire to continue educational endeavors. The student must be a member of a family that holds membership in Boyd County Farm Bureau. The amount of the scholarship shall be $1,500.00 (divided between terms of a year of post high school education) and may be used at any college or post high school vocational training program. Recipient may be eligible to apply for continuance of the scholarship if certain requirements are met. Applications have been given to Counselors of high schools in Boyd County, Kentucky. The application must be completed and post marked no later than March 20, 2015. Please send complete application to Karen Blevins, Scholarship Chairperson at Ashland Community & Technical College Drive Ashland, Kentucky 41101.
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