KFB District 11 Youth Contest

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau had 3 amazing contestants in the Kentucky Farm Bureau District 11 Youth Contest. Niki Callahan, Tate Bryson, and Jarret McKenzie all participated in the contest. Roger Fannin, Harlan County Farm Bureau Agency Manager, was the master of ceremonies at the 2017 KFB District 11 Youth Contest.

 

(left to right) Nola Sizemore, Board Member; Contenstants Niki Callahan, Tate Bryson, and Jarret McKenzie; Nathan Boggs, Young Farmer
(left) Jarret McKenzie (right) Roger and Angel Fannin are pictured with Jarret McKenzie.

 

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