Logan County Celebrates Ag Literacy Week - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Logan County Celebrates Ag Literacy Week

 

Logan County FFA Members assist Logan County Farm Bureau by reading to classes of students at Chandlers Elementary School for National Ag Week.

 

From left: Logan County FFA President 2016-2017, Andrew Milam; Logan County FFA President 2015-2016 Morgan Hunt; and 2015-2016 Kentucky State FFA President and Logan County Farm Bureau Board Member, Wesley Estes

 

 

 

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