2016 Food Check-Out Week - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2016 Food Check-Out Week

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau recognized “Food Check-Out Week” by educating consumers on how safe and affordable our food is in America. We visited two local grocery stores with colored informational cards and advertising materials. We also reminded our members about their state and local benefits and discounts.

 

Nola Sizemore, Board Member; Nathan Boggs, Young Farmer Chair; Dustin Miniard, Board Member.
Nathan Boggs, Young Farmer Chair; Dustin Miniard, Board Member; Mrs. Vernon Conley of Bledsoe, KY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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