Mason County Farm Bureau & Woodmen Purchase Rescue Equipment - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Mason County Farm Bureau and Woodmen of the World Sponsor Purchase of Life Saving Rescue Equipment

 

Mason County Farm Bureau Directors, members of the Maysville - Mason County Fire Department, and Chuck Whitehead of Woodmen of the World are pictured during a Farm Field Day sponsored by Mason County Farm Bureau.  Mason County Farm Bureau and Woodmen of the World co-sponsored a “Turtle Tube” for use in grain bin rescues. Members of the local fire department demonstrated the rescue process to 275 6th grade students at Mason County Farm Bureau’s Farm Field Day.
 

 

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