2016 Annual Meeting

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau’s Annual Meeting was September 17 at the Harlan County Farm Bureau Frank Couch Building. President Don Miniard presented the Harlan County Farm Bureau Communications Award to Nola Sizemore from Baxter. The Harlan County Farm Bureau Farmer of the Year Award went to Dr. Jim Corum from Stoneyfork. Marcus Creech from Cumberland won the Harlan County Farm Bureau Young Farmer Award.

 

President Don Miniard presents the Harlan County Farm Bureau Farmer of the Year Award to Dr. Jim Corum.
President Don Miniard presents the Harlan County Farm Bureau Young Farmer Award to Marcus Creech.
President Don Miniard presents the Harlan County Farm Bureau Communications Award to Nola Sizemore.

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