Marion County Celebrates Country Ham Days - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Marion County Celebrates Country Ham Days

 

For almost 50 years, Marion County has celebrated Marion County Country Ham Days.  During the festival, Lebanon, KY is host to thousands of people who come to enjoy the town's famous Country Ham Breakfast, a country concert, 5k race, and the renowned Pigasus Parade.  This year, Marion County Farm Bureau celebrated Marion County Country Ham Days by participating in the parade.

 

Marion County Farm Bureau and FFA team up to ride this float down Lebanon’s Main Street during the town's annual Country Ham Days Festival.

 

Marion County Farm Bureau member Jack Bradshaw, with grandsons, Nicholas and Gabriel, and Danny Bradshaw cruise down Lebanon’s Main Street on this 1947 Minneapolis Molene during the Country Ham Days Festival.

 

 

 

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