2016 Legislative Drive-In

 

Several Logan County Farm Bureau Members attended Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Legislative Drive-In/Food Check Out in Frankfort and met with State Senator Whitney Westerfield and State Representative Martha Jane King.

 

From Left: John Alcott, President Jeremy Robertson, State Representative Martha Jane King, Doug Milliken, Karen Milliken, Frances Brown, Bradley Brown, Myra Alcott, State Senator Whitney Westerfield, Carrel Hughes, Daniel Gaston and Jerry Hughes
From Left: John Alcott, President Jeremy Robertson, State Representative Martha Jane King, Doug Milliken, Karen Milliken, Frances Brown, Bradley Brown, Myra Alcott, State Senator Whitney Westerfield, Carrel Hughes, Daniel Gaston and Jerry Hughes
State Senator Whitney Westerfield receives a food basket of Kentucky agricultural food products from Logan County Farm Bureau President Jeremy Robertson
State Senator Whitney Westerfield receives a food basket of Kentucky agricultural food products from Logan County Farm Bureau President Jeremy Robertson
State Rep. Martha Jane King receives a food basket of KY food products from Logan County Farm Bureau President Jeremy Robertson.
State Rep. Martha Jane King receives a food basket of KY food products from Logan County Farm Bureau President Jeremy Robertson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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