Mason County Teachers Renee Biddle and Mellanie Sutton Attend KFB Teachers Workshop - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Mason County Teachers Renee Biddle and Mellanie Sutton Attend KFB Teachers Workshop

Renee Biddle and Mellanie Sutton, First Grade Teachers at Straub Elementary School in Maysville, attended the KYFB Regional Teacher Workshop held at Spindletop in Lexington. Eight teachers from Mason County attended the workshop. Mason County Farm Bureau will give each teacher a mini-grant to help them implement new ag programs in their classrooms.

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