Crittenden County Farm Bureau Donates "The Most Wonderful Dream"

 

Crittenden County Farm Bureau donated books to the fifth grade teachers at Crittenden County Elementary School. The book, "The Most Wonderful Dream," was written and illustrated by Mitchell Tolle, a world renowned Kentucky artist. The book was commissioned by Kentucky Farm Bureau to promote agricultural literacy in Kentucky. Crittenden County Farm Bureau also donated a book to Crittenden County Public Library.

 

Back Row: Teacher Mandy Winders, Co-Chairmen Crittenden County Farm Bureau Women's Committee Crystal Wesmoland and Marty Hill, Teachers Cindy Crabtree and Heather Bloodworth, Front Row: Teachers Sara Omer and Sarah Riley.
Marty Hill, Co-Chair of Women’s Committee; Regina Merrick, Librarian; Crystal Wesmoland Co-Chair of Women’s Committee; and Kathleen Guess, Librarian.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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