Grant County Farm Bureau Awards More than $5,000 in Scholarships and Prizes

 

During the June meeting of the Grant County Farm Bureau, five students received a college scholarship for $1,000 each.  Also two monetary awards were presented to the Grant County Soil Conservation winners in the essay and art contests. 

Pictured above from left to right are:  Grant County Farm Bureau President Travis Rhoton, Zoey Chaney, Soil Conservation art winner, Chase Turner & Corey Fryman -Williamstown High School scholarship winners, Trent Smith, Ryan Mitts & Paige Simpson - Grant Co High School scholarship winners, and Kentucky Farm Bureau State Director Mark Kinsey. Not pictured is Elijah Walters, Soil Conservation essay winner.  

 

KFB Spotlight

Steve Kelley Honored as the 2019 Kentucky Farm Bureau Farmer of the Year
November 11, 2019
Steve Kelley Honored as the 2019 Kentucky Farm Bureau Farmer of the Year

Steve Kelley of Carlisle County will be honored as the 2019 Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) “Farmer of the Year” during the organization’s 100th annual meeting in Louisville in December.

Down the Backroads: The Resources We Have Around Us That We Never Seem To Use
November 7, 2019
Down the Backroads:  The Resources We Have Around Us That We Never Seem To Use

A good buddy of mine is an automotive technician and works on some of the newest and most technologically advanced vehicles on the road. During a recent conversation, I mentioned to him how surprised I am at the number of automobiles being manufactured these days without turn signals.

Johnson County Farm Family Making the Best of Available Resources
November 7, 2019
Johnson County Farm Family Making the Best of Available Resources

Getting to Flat Gap, Kentucky is not the easiest of trips, but well worth it once you arrive. The small eastern Kentucky town is located in the heart of the mountain region of Johnson County as well as in the state’s rich coal mining country.