Mercer County Farm Bureau Co-Sponsors KDA Mobile Science Activity Center at Local Elementary School - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Mercer County Farm Bureau Co-Sponsors KDA Mobile Science Activity Center at Local Elementary School

Mercer County Farm Bureau and Central Kentucky Ag Credit of Danville co-sponsored the Kentucky Department of Agriculture Mobile Science Activity Center at the Mercer County Elementary School.  The Mobile Science Activity Center trailers have interactive workstations for students to conduct activities and investigations related to agriculture and the environment. Miss Kentucky Haley Wheeler was on hand to help the students with their experiments today. #kyproud #GainingGround

 

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