Boyd County Farm Bureau Supports Local School in Celebration of National Ag Day and Kentucky Ag Literacy Week - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Boyd County Farm Bureau Supports Local School in Celebration of National Ag Day and Kentucky Ag Literacy Week

Boyd County Farm Bureau Board of Directors promoted National Ag Day and Kentucky Ag Literacy Week by donating Mitchell Tolle’s book titled, “The Most Wonderful Dream,” to Rose Hill Christian School.

H. Duff Holbrook, President of Boyd County Farm Bureau, visited with the teachers and students in the third, fourth, and fifth grade classrooms and spoke about National Ag Day and Kentucky Ag Literacy Week as an opportunity to promote Kentucky agriculture. He also spoke about the book that takes readers to a farm in Kentucky to learn about food and farming.

H. Duff Holbrook presented a book to each teacher:  fifth grade teacher Charlie Wilcoxen, third grade teacher Rebecca Smith, and fourth grade teacher Kathy Miller.

In celebration of National Ag Day and Kentucky Ag Literacy Week, BCFB President H. Duff Holbrook presented teachers at Rose Hill Christian School with copies "The Most Wonderful Dream" by Mitchell Tolle.  

 

 

 

 

 

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