Judge Executive Dan Mosley Signs Food Check-Out Proclamation - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Judge Executive Dan Mosley Signs Food Check-Out Proclamation

Harlan County Farm Bureau celebrated Food Check-Out Week February 16-22, 2020.  Dan Mosley, Judge Executive, signed the Food Check-Out Week Proclamation and the Harlan County Farm Bureau Women’s & Young Farmer Committees partnered with Harlan County High School’s FFA to promote Food Check-Out Week and National FFA Week.  Together they distributed information at local Grocery stores about FFA and Food Check-Out Week. 

 

Judge Executive Dan Mosley signs Food Check-Out Week proclamation
Judge Executive Dan Mosley signs a proclamation declaring February 16-22, 2020 "Food Check-Out Week".  Pictured above from left to right:  Harlan County Farm Bureau President Don Minard, Judge Executive Dan Mosley,  Farm Bureau Young Farmer Chair, Nathan Boggs, Farm Bureau Board Member, Dustin Miniard

 

HCFB and FFA celebrate Food Check-Out Week
Membergs of Harlan County Farm Bureau and the Harlan County FFA members promote Food  Check-Out Week and National FFA Week.

 

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