Harlan County Farm Bureau celebrated Food Check-Out Week
Dan Mosley, Harlan County Judge Executive, signed the Kentucky Farm Bureau Food Check-Out Week Proclamation designating February 18-24, 2018 as Food Check-Out Week in Harlan County. Food Check-Out Week recognizes the hard work of Harlan County’s Farmers and the importance of Agriculture to Harlan County’s Economy. Harlan County Farm Bureau presented Judge Mosley with a colorful vegetable basket to symbolize the importance of this week.
Click here to read the Food Check-Out Week Proclamation
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