Brock Repsher, Katherine Woodward, and Madelyn Hughes Shine at District 4 Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth and Variety Showcase Contests
Brock Repsher, Katherine Woodward, and Madelyn Hughes represented Logan County Farm Bureau at the KFB District 4 Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth and Variety Contests held at the Lera B. Mitchell Club House in Glasgow, KY.
Repsher and Woodward were Logan County’s representatives in the Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth contest, and Hughes, who sang and played the ukulele, represented the county in the Variety Contest. Brock Repsher placed second in the District 4 contest.
Brock Repsher is the son of Frank and Bobbie Jo Repsher of Lewisburg. Katherine Woodward is the daughter Alan and Beverly Woodward of Auburn. Madelyn is the daughter of Chris and Melanie Hughes or Russellville.
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