Boyd County Farm Bureau Makes Donation to Local Law Enforcement - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Boyd County Farm Bureau Makes Donation to Local Law Enforcement

Boyd County Farm Bureau President H. Duff Holbrook, Kentucky State Police Captain James Goble, Catlettsburg Police Department Lieutenant Terry Clark, Ashland Police Department Police Chief Todd Kelley, Boyd County Farm Bureau Federation Board Director William Walters.
Boyd County Farm Bureau President H. Duff Holbrook and Kentucky State Police Captain James Goble.
Boyd County Farm Bureau Director Gary Shockey, Boyd County Sheriff Department Sheriff Bobby Jack Woods and Boyd County Farm Bureau Federation Board Treasurer John Campbell.
Boyd County Farm Bureau Vice President Ray Sammons and Ashland Police Chief Todd Kelley.
Boyd County Farm Bureau President H. Duff Holbrook and Catlettsburg Police Department Lieutenant Terry Clark.

 

 

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