Monroe County Attends the 2018 Legislative Drive-in and Food Check-out Day

 

Kentucky Farm Bureau held its annual Legislative Drive-In in Frankfort on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. During the Drive-In, Farm Bureau members met with their state senators and representatives and advocated on behalf of agriculture. Terry Bryant and Vickie Bryant from Monroe county met with State Senator David Givens and Representative Bart Rowland to discuss agricultural issues that are important to them as farm families. Members also celebrated Food Check-Out Day, and brought food baskets to share real KY agriculture with Senator Givens and Representative Rowland.

 

(left to right) Jr. Young (Allen county), Terry Bryant (Monroe county), Vickie Bryant (Monroe county), Senator David Givens, Larry Clark (Green county), John Pedigo (Allen county).

 

Members from Monroe and Hart counties present Representative Bart Rowland with a food basket.

 

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