2016 Jackson County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2016 Jackson County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting

 

The Jackson County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting and Picnic was held on Monday, September 19th at the Jackson Energy Farm on Highway 290 in McKee.

Each year the Board of Directors and insurance office staff plan a meal and give away door prizes to show their appreciation to their member families. Approximately 200 members and their families were in attendance.  Everyone was given either a KFB cap or a KFB goodie bag with several KFB items inside. 

Special guests were Mr. David Campbell, State Board of Directors;  Lynn Parsons, KFB Consultant; Brad Wilkerson, Area Program Director; Matt Ingram, KFB State Office; Ryan Midden, Agency Support and Marketing Manager; and Marlene Lawson, Rockcastle Co Agency Manager.

 

The meeting included a picnic and several door prizes. Carolyn York (top right) won a gift basket donated by Avizion Glass. Kayla Gabbard and Katherine Smith (bottom left) won a 50" TV. 

 

 

 

 

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