Mason County Students Samuel Porter, Annelise Prodent, and Haley Polley Shine in Local Youth Contests - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Mason County Students Samuel Porter, Annelise Prodent, and Haley Polley Shine in Local Youth Contests

Students Samuel Porter, Annelise Prodent, and Haley Polley are pictured with Mason County Farm Bureau Women's Chair Sally Walton during the District 9 Farm Bureau meeting held on November 1 at the Double S Entertainment Center in Flemingsburg. Prodent (St. Patrick School) represented Mason County in the Variety Contest and played a keyboard medley. Porter (St. Patrick School) and Polley (Mason County High School) both participated in the District 9 Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest.
 

 

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