JACKSON COUNTY FARM BUREAU HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING AND  PICNIC 2019  - Kentucky Farm Bureau

JACKSON COUNTY FARM BUREAU HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING AND  PICNIC 2019 

 

Jackson County Farm Bureau held its annual meeting and picnic on September 16, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Jackson Energy Farm in McKee.  The annual meeting was a time of fellowship along with the election of directors and officers for the coming year.   Members and their families were treated to a meal of hamburgers, baked beans, chips and cookies served by the Jackson County Farm Bureau Insurance office. 

Along with the meal, attendees received either a KFB Cap or Coffee Mug.  There were several Door Prizes awarded including a 50 inch tv won by Paul D. Huff.  Special guests present were:  Sharon Furches, 2nd Vice President of Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation; Lynn Parsons, KFB Consultant; Ryan Midden, Sales; Brad Wilkerson, Area Program Director;  Terry Lawson, State Director and his wife Marlene. 

 

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