WRUS Hosts Logan County Farm Bureau Members as Guests on Air

 

WRUS Radio 610 AM, Russellville, KY had several members of the Logan County Farm Bureau as their guest to discuss Farm Bureau history, policy, activities, member benefits and the new Farm Watch program. This was a one hour call in show Sept. 11th which was one day prior to the Logan County Farm Bureau annual meeting.

 

From left:  Don Neagle, news director and owner of WRUS Radio station, Jay Campbell, John Alcott, Frances Brown, Carrell Hughes and Albert Brown.

 

 

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