Frances Brown Receives Distinguished Service to Logan County Farm Bureau Award - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Frances Brown Receives Distinguished Service to Logan County Farm Bureau Award

Logan County Farm Bureau President Doug Milliken presented the Distinguished Service to Logan County Farm Bureau Award to Frances Brown.

Logan County Farm Bureau President Doug Milliken presented the Distinguished Service to Farm Bureau Award to Frances Brown. Frances and her entire family have been an important part of Logan County Farm Bureau for many years. Frances has served on the Logan County Farm Bureau Board of Directors for 48 years. During that time, she has served in numerous leadership positions including President, Women’s Committee Chairman, Annual Meeting Planning Chairman, Delegate to State Annual Meetings and has been involved in legislative activities in Frankfort.  Much of the success of Logan County Farm Bureau has been due to her dedicated service.  President Milliken stated: “Frances has decided to step away from her position on the Farm Bureau Board this year.”  This award was presented to Frances Brown in appreciation for her years of service to Logan County Farm Bureau.

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