Logan County Farm Bureau recognized during KFB's 100th Annual Meeting

 
From Left: Carrell Hughes, Jerry Hughes, Karen Milliken, Doug Milliken, Myra Alcott, John Alcott, Richard Moore, Darlynn Moore, Ray Hughes, Daniel Gaston, Dela in Hughes, Patsy Poore, Russell Poore, Jaynes Campbell, Blane Campbell, Trisha Campbell, Jay Campbell and Latham Campbell. 

 

Members of Logan County Farm Bureau attended Kentucky Farm Bureau's 100th annual meeting at the Galt House in Louisville, December 4-7.  During the meeting, Logan County Farm Bureau received several awards, including the Women's Gold Star Award of Excellence, the Young Farmer Gold Star Award of Excellence, and 1st place in the County Information Award Program.  Logan County also recognized for outstanding membership and program achievement. 
 
Trisha Campbell of Logan County won first place in Kentucky Farm Bureau's Discussion Meet. She will compete in the national finals in Austin, TX as a part of the American Farm Bureau Federation's annual convention in January.
 
 

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