Harlan County Farm Bureau Sponsors the Harlan County Poke Sallet Festival - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Harlan County Farm Bureau Sponsors the Harlan County Poke Sallet Festival

 

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau was a Top Gold Sponsor in Harlan County’s Poke Sallet Festival.  Board Members, Young Farmers and Women’s Committee handed out Local Membership Benefit Brochures, KFB Materials and thanked members for their business.  The Centennial Model T was a great conversation piece. 

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau was a Top Gold Sponsor at the Harlan County Poke Sallet Festival.

 

As a nod to Kentucky Farm Bureau's centennial celebration, the Insurance Company purchased a 1919 Model T.  Ineda Howard takes the KFB 1919 Model T for a spin.

 

Harlan County Farm members at the Harlan County Poke Sallet Festival. 

 

Nathan Boggs takes the KFB 1919 Model T for spin!

 

Nick Poe of Harlan County Farm Bureau takes a turn behind the wheel.

 

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