Boyd County Farm Bureau donated $500.00 to River Cities Harvest - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Boyd County Farm Bureau donated $500.00 to River Cities Harvest

 

On February 20, 2018, the Board of Directors of Boyd County Farm Bureau donated $500.00 to River Cities Harvest in observance of our Food Check-Out Week. The check was presented to Brittnany Hoback, Director of River Cities Harvest, by Ray Sammons, President of Boyd County Farm Bureau and Phyllis Sammons, Co Chairman of the Women's Committee.

 

(left to right) Phyllis Sammons, co-Chairman of the Women's Committee; Brittnany Hoback, Director of River Cities Harvest; Ray Sammons, President of Boyd County Farm Bureau

 

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