2015 State Annual Meeting

 

Several members of the Logan County Farm Bureau Federation attended the state annual meeting of Kentucky Farm Bureau held at the Galt House in Louisville this past December. This was the 96th Annual Meeting. 

Logan County was recognized with several awards at the 2015 Annual Convention. Carrell Hughes received a Gold Star Award of Exellence for Logan County FB women’s committee, the top women’s committee in district 4 and the top women’s committee in the state. Jay Campbell received for Trent Martin a Gold Star Award of Excellence for Logan County’s young farmer program. Jeremy Robertson, president, received an award for Logan County’s outstanding membership and program achievement and was the top county in the 4th FB District: Allen, Barren, Green, Logan, Metcalf, Monroe, Simpson and Warren Counties. John Alcott received Honorable Mention for Media Relations and Member Information.

 

Picture from left: John Alcott, Becky Brown, Myra Alcott, Jonathan Brown, Albert Brown, Carrel Hughes, Frances Brown, Jerry Hughes, Ray Hughes, Delain Hughes, Richard Moore, Darlynn Moore, Daniel Gaston, Lilly Robertson, Jeremy Robertson, Karen Milleken and Doug Milliken. This picture was taken by Kentucky’s outgoing Commissioner of Agriculture, James R. Comer

 

 

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