Marion County Farm Bureau Hosts Its Annual Meeting on October 14 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Marion County Farm Bureau Hosts Its Annual Meeting on October 14

 

Kentucky Ag Commissioner Ryan Quarles speaks to a large group at the Marion County Farm Bureau annual meeting held on October 14.

 

Marion County’s Young Farmer Chairman presents the Outstanding Young Farm Family Award to Mark and Samantha Downs and family at the Marion County Farm Bureau annual meeting.

 

Marion County Farm Bureau Director Steve Downs and Marion County Farm Bureau President Timmy Jones present the Distinguished Service to Farm Bureau Award to Lucy Craig.  Ms. Craig has served on the Women’s Committee from its inception and assisted with every event from reading to children at the schools to Food Check Out.

 

Juanita Herron was presented the Distinguished Service to Agriculture Award during Marion County Farm Bureau’s annual meeting.  Making the presentation were Ag Extension Agent Christan Miracle and Marion County Farm Bureau President Timmy Jones.

 

Lauren Bickett presented a musical selection at the Marion County Farm Bureau’s annual meeting.  She will be representing the county in the district competition.

 

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