Food Check-Out Day 2020

On Friday, February 21st Floyd County Farm Bureau (FCFB) held its annual Food Check-Out Day at Food City in Prestonsburg. FCFB President Saul Akers, Vice President Billy Hicks, Women’s Committee Chair Sherry Akers, Young Farmer Ccommittee Chair Chris Akers, Board member Charles Hackworth, Women’s Committee Member Elmina Hackworth and Insurance Agent Manager Brian Pugh conducted the event. Tee shirts and 250 loaves of bread along with hats and other promotional items were given away to local customers. The day was very successful and enjoyed by everyone. 

Floyd County Farm Bureau President Saul Akers, Vice President Billy Hicks, Women’s Chair Sherry Akers, Young Farmer Chris Akers, Board member Charles Hackworth, Women’s Committee Member Elmina Hackworth and Insurance Agent Manager Brian Pugh held the FCFB Food Check-Out Day in Prestonsburg, KY.  
Floyd County Farm Bureau President Saul Akers, Vice President Billy Hicks, Women’s Chair Sherry Akers, Young Farmer Chris Akers, Board member Charles Hackworth, Women’s Committee Member Elmina Hackworth and Insurance Agent Manager Brian Pugh held the FCFB Food Check-Out Day in Prestonsburg, KY.  

 

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