AAK 2008 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

AAK 2008

Posted on Mar 30, 2016
January 2008

All Around Kentucky - January 2008 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

The name-defining landmark that set Trinity Pentecostal Lighthouse Church apart from numerous other places of worship framed by rugged sections of Bell County has disappeared under layers of paint.

Also in the Issue:

Health care tops KFB's 2008 goals for lawmakers

KY Farm Bureau working to help members

Kirby Hancock advances to national ag competition

Strangers dialing for personal information

Kentucky Farm Bureau renews GM partnership

'Bluegrass & Backroads' opens KY's TV audience

UK program offers cancer test for KY women

Feb. 15 deadline for Certified Roadside Markets

Heating systems discounts available to KFB members

Scholarship applications now being accepted

Gene Lanham cited for service to KFB

Maysville invites all to visit

April 2008

All Around Kentucky - April 2008 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

As Paul Cappiello discussed with his family the prospect of leaving his position at Bernheim Forest, an expansive well endowed, widely known botanical preserve near Bardstown, to lead the fledgling effort to create a botanical garden in tiny Crestwood, he gained a bit of insight on the benefits of taking on the project from his 9-year-old son response.

Also in this Issue:

KFB responds to 'customers' damages

Farmers committed to doing the right thing

Deadlines loom for KFB adult scholarships

Kyle Busch will drive FB car in Sparta race

KFB expanding number of agencies & agents

KY hosting national AFB women's conference

Top sales agents score big for own 'March Madness'

KFB takes gold & silver medals for ad campaigns

Caution urged when using alternative power

College/horse racing stars joining Hall of Fame

Spring is a good time to follow good gardening tips

KFB markets have the cure for winter doldrums

'New' employee leaving for duty in middle East

Josh Caplinger spells his way to championship

Beef Council kicking off 'Grillin' tour

July 2008

All Around Kentucky - July 2008 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

A Love can bloom in the oddest places - school, work, dairy farm …

Also in this Issue:

Food prices hit farmers' wallets too

New farm bill protects nation's food supply

Loretta Lyons named Farmer of the Year

Young farmers wanted for national competition

Fifty-nine students chosen for scholarships

Audubon legacy lives on at Henderson park

Conservation competitions going on-line

Farm markets bursting with fresh fruits & vegetables

Troopers take to airwaves to push safety

Kentucky State Fair opens in August

Case discounts available to KFB membership

Backyard gardens again in vogue

Uncontrolled family pets imperil livestock

October 2008

All Around Kentucky - October 2008 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

On Tuesday, Nov. 4, all registered voters in the United States will have the chance to cast ballots for the first new president in eight years.

Also in this Issue:

Voting is a privilege preserved by action

Coyle is retiring as KFB President

Task force diagnosing health care system

Southern ag expo puts KFB in spotlight

Hurricanes can blow inland

Excellence in Agriculture entries due by Oct. 31

Pioneers used Cumberland Gap to reach early frontier

Discounts available at Bob Hook car dealerships

KFB Insurance makes Ward 50 again

Couple brews success from tea and books

PR veteran takes on roadside markets

Health Care forum included in annual meeting

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