Union County Farm Bureau supports local food pantry - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Union County Farm Bureau supports local food pantry

 

Union County Farm Bureau donated $300 of food to the local food pantry for food check-out week.  Ava Arnett, Sydney Thomas, Will Wells and Jack White carried in the food and stocked the shelves.

 

Union County Farm Bureau donated $300 of food to the local food pantry

 

Union County Farm Bureau donated $300 of food to the local food pantry

 

Union County Farm Bureau donated $300 of food to the local food pantry

 

Union County Farm Bureau donated $300 of food to the local food pantry

 

 

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