Boyd County Student Karli Jo Childers Attends Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Boyd County Student Karli Jo Childers Attends Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders

 

Boyd County High School junior Karli Jo Childers attended Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) in Lexington. Karli Jo Childers stands with Kyle Kelly, Kentucky Farm Bureau Director of Local Affairs, (left) and Dr. Larry Grabau, Associate Dean of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment (right). 

 

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