Logan County - Media Appreciation - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Logan County - Media Appreciation

 

The Logan County Farm Bureau Federation held a media appreciation event Tuesday March 24, 2015. They honored the staff of the News-Democrat & Leader and WRUS radio for what they do to promote agriculture and the farm sector in general. Farmers, businesses, and the community as a whole benefit greatly from the print media and radio for timely information and news our local media provides. John Alcott, Farm Bureau Information Chairman gave both businesses a fruit tray and donuts as thanks for what they do to keep the community informed on these issues.

 

Gene Vincent, Advertising Rep. for News-Democrat & Leader received the fruit tray and donuts from the Logan County Farm Bureau Federation celebrating the 2015 Media Appreciation Day.
Mack Mallory, Staff Announcer for WRUS radio station received a fruit tray and donuts from Logan County Farm Bureau Federation as part of the 2015 Media Appreciation Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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