Garrard County Farm Bureau will host Safety Event at Annual Tobacco Cutting Contest in Bryantsville

 

Garrard County Farm Bureau encourages all farmers and friends to attend the Annual Tobacco Cutting Contest in Bryantsville, KY on Wednesday, September 12th.

Garrard County Farm Bureau will sponsor a Farmer Safety Event and health fair with information that could help save your life. Find out what it is like inside the Air Evac emergency helicopter. 

Sign up for Garrard County Farm Bureau membership and save $20 with Farm Bureau status. We have invited a back care specialist, a substance abuse prevention organization, a yoga expert, emergency preparedness tech, fire district, electricity specialist, heart association administration and hearing test technician. 

Safety event begins at 11am, free lunch is served at 12 noon and cutting contest begins at 1pm.  Come out to 100 Bobby Noe Rd, Lancaster, KY. For more information please call 859-792-4900.

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