Harlan County Farm Bureau Supports Harlan County Honor Guard - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Harlan County Farm Bureau Supports Harlan County Honor Guard

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau donated $300 to the Harlan County Honor Guard. The Harlan Honor Guard provides service to those who have served this great nation. The Honor Guard works hard to touch the families who have lost loved ones and bring to them a burial service fit for a soldier.

 

(right to left) Jack Anderson and David Witt, Harlan County Honor Guard and Vietnam Veterans; Don Miniard, Veteran of the 1st and 10th Air Calvary/Vietnam, President of Harlan County Farm Bureau; Bill Middleton, Veteran of the 101st Airborne/Vietnam, board member of Harlan County Farm Bureau; Pete Cornett, SPC with the United States Army Reserve, KFB agent in Harlan County.

 

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