Logan County Farm Bureau Celebrates Food Check Out Day - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Logan County Farm Bureau Celebrates Food Check Out Day

Dwight Grise, Tammy Grise, Madelyn Hughes, Brock Repsher, Whitley Robey and Cade Johnson

Logan County Farm Bureau with assistance from members of the Logan County FFA Chapter celebrated Food Check-Out Day” March 4th at the Russellville Price Less IGA grocery store and the Russellville Piggly Wiggly grocery store. At each location participants guessed the value of a typical basket of groceries. A $50 first place prize and $25 second place prize gift certificate were were given to the winners at both locations. 

Jerry Hughes, Carrell Hughes, Gracee Spears, Katherine Woodward, Hannah Brown and Gracie Snoddy

Farm Bureau members Dwight and Tammy Grise worked at the Price Less IGA location. They were assisted by Logan County FFA officers Madelyn Hughes, Chaplin; Brock Repsher, Reporter; Whitley Robey, Sentinel, and Cade Johnson; 3rd Vice President.  Janice Rager won first place, and Leslie Hyde won second place with a total of 45 entries.

Piggly Wiggly was staffed by Farm Bureau members Jerry and Carrell Hughes. They were assisted by Logan County FFA officers Gracee Spears, President; Katherine Woodward, Vice President; Hannah Brown, Secretary, and Gracie Snoddy; Treasurer. The first place winner was Becky Covington, and Kathy Burns won second place with a total of 52 entries.

These are trying times due to the Covid-19 pandemic, rising costs, and other factors.  Farm Bureau salutes the American Farmer and all who are responsible for the availability of food and other essential items in the marketplace.

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