Grant County Judge Executive Chuck Dills declares November "Safety Month" - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Grant County Judge Executive Chuck Dills declares November "Safety Month"

KFB Director and President of Grant County Farm Bureau Mark Kinsey and Grant County Judge Executive Chuck Dills celebrate the declaration of November as Safety Month in Grant County.  Among other events, Safety Month will include a Farm Machinery Safety Clinic the first weekend of the month. The event will be supported by the Dry Ridge Fire Department and Grant County Soil Conservation. 




 

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