Logan Farm Bureau programs recognized at Kentucky Farm Bureau's Annual Meeting

 

Members of the Logan County Farm Bureau attended the 99th state annual meeting of Kentucky Farm Bureau held at the Galt House in Louisville Nov 28 to Dec 1.  Kentucky Farm Bureau began celebrating  its 100th year as an organization culminating with the 2019 state annual meeting.

Logan County Farm Bureau received Gold Star Awards of Excellence for its Women’s Committee and its  Young Farmer activities, and Lilly Robertson was a Discussion Meet finalist.  Logan County Farm Bureau won Third Place for its Information activities and was recognized for outstanding membership and program achievement for 2018.

 

From Left:  Trisha Campbell, John Alcott, Jay Campbell, Myra Alcott, Karen Milliken, Doug Milliken, Jaynes Campbell, Carrell Hughes, Jerry Hughes, Delain Hughes, Daniel Gaston, Ray Hughes, Russell Poore, Patsy Poore; Nehemiah, Bobby, Naomi and Meagan Reynolds.

 

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