Hardin County Farm Bureau Makes Donation to Creekside Elementary School for an Outdoor Ag Pavilion Classroom - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Hardin County Farm Bureau Makes Donation to Creekside Elementary School for an Outdoor Ag Pavilion Classroom

Hardin County Farm Bureau made a donation to Creekside Elementary to help cover the cost of building an outdoor AG Pavilion Classroom.  Pictured above:  Hardin County Farm Bureau Vice President Patrick Preston, Hardin County Farm Bureau Director Jade Sadler, Hardin County Farm Bureau Member Alane Preston, Creekside Elementary Principal Brooke Custis, and Grant Writer for Hardin County Schools Susan Ryan.

 

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