Kentucky Representative Travis Brenda Meets with Garrard County Farm Bureau President Anthony Davis - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Kentucky Representative Travis Brenda Meets with Garrard County Farm Bureau President Anthony Davis

Garrard County Farm Bureau President Anthony Davis and Kentucky Representative Travis Brenda
Anthony Davis presents a bag of Kentucky Proud products to Representative Travis Brenda during KFB's Legislative Drive-In and Food Check-Out Day in Frankfort. Nearly 300 Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) members from across the state made their way to Frankfort to participate in the event which affords an opportunity for KFB's volunteer leaders to meet with their legislators to discuss KFB priorities and pending legislation.

 

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