The Boggs Teach Local 5th Graders about Agriculture - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Nathan and Lindsey Boggs of Harlan County Farm Bureau Teach Local 5th Graders about Agriculture

 

Harlan County Women's Chair Lindsey Boggs and Young Farmer Chair Nathan Boggs teach 5th graders
Education is top priority for Harlan County Farm Bureau.  Harlan County Women’s Chair Lindsey Boggs and Young Farmer Chair Nathan Boggs taught 5th graders in all 8 County Schools about agriculture, forestry, and the dangers of distracted driving and texting while driving.

 

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