Scott County Farm Bureau Young Farmers

 

Daniel, Alison, and Creighton Smith and James, Alvin, and Debbie Lyons

Attending the 2009 Young Farmers Summer Outing in Bowling Green were Daniel, Alison and Creighton Smith along with James Lyons and Alvin and Debbie Lyons. As part of the entertainment, Young Farmers attended a Bowling Green HotRod Minor League baseball game.

 

 

 

 

 

James Lyons received the State Young Farmers Scholarship from Greg Harris.

James Lyons of Scott County received the State Young Farmers Scholarship from Greg Harris, Madison County, Kentucky Farm Bureau Young Farmers Chair, at the recent Summer Outing of Kentucky Young Farmers held in Bowling Green, KY. James, son of Debbie and Alvin Lyons, is a junior at the University of Kentucky where he is majoring in Agricultural Economics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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