Harlan County Student Wins KFB District 11 Youth & Variety Contest - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Harlan County Student Wins KFB District 11 Youth & Variety Contest

 

Harlan County High School senior Caleb Ashley won the male speech and interview contest at the KFB District 11 Youth & Variety Contest held on October 22, 2019.  Caleb gave a speech on "The Importance of Honeybees to Agriculture."

Harlan County High School juniors Breanna Rhymer and Kiki Dean also participated in the contest.  Breanna demonstrated her vocal talent singing for the audience while Kiki gave a fantastic speech.  Harlan County Farm Bureau is very proud of all its contestants. 

Pictured from left to right: HCFB Agency Manager Roger Fannin, Kiki Dean, Breanna Rhymer, Caleb Ashely, Angel Fannin, HCFB President Don Miniard, HCFB Women’s Chair Lindsey Goins.

 

 

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