Logan County Farm Bureau Holds Media Appreciation Day - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Logan County Farm Bureau Holds Media Appreciation Day

 

Logan County Farm Bureau Information Chairman John Alcott presents Don Neagle, owner of WRUS radio station, a gift certificate to a local restaurant in appreciation for the stations support of Farm Bureau news and for the news, weather and marketing information the station provides each day.

 

John Alcott presents Chris Cooper, Managing Editor/Reporter of News-Democrat & Leader, a gift certificate to a local restaurant in appreciation for the publicity the paper provides for Farm Bureau activities and Agricultural news for Logan Countians.  Chris was the winner of the 2018 Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Communications Award.

 

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