Garrard County Student Dylan Driskell Wins 2019 KFB Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Garrard County Student Dylan Driskell Wins 2019 KFB Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest

Dylan Driskell of Garrard County is awarded Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth during KFB's 100th annual meeting.
Dylan Driskell of Garrard County won the 2019 KFB Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest held in December during KFB's 100th annual meeting. Pictured above from left to right are:  KFB President Mark Haney, OFBY Winner Dylan Driskell, KFB State Women's Chair Vicki Bryant, KFBF Executive Vice President Drew Graham, and KFB Mutual Insurance Company Executive Vice President and CEO John Sparrow.

Dylan Driskell of Garrard County was awarded top honors in the 2019 KFB Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest held last December during Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) 100th annual meeting in Louisville.

Prior to winning, Driskell competed in and won both the county and district Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth competitons.  Each level of the competition consists of a personal interview and a two-minute prepared speech related to agriculture or Farm Bureau. Contestants are judged by three people with backgrounds in youth work and/or agriculture.   

During KFB’s annual meeting, judges heard speeches and met with finalists for personal interviews, awarding points for each contestant’s leadership record, conversational ability and scholastic achievement.  Dylan received a $2,000 college scholarship, an expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. on the KFB Congressional Tour in February 2020, a luggage set and watch.

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