Cole Vaughan Performs at Kentucky Farm Bureau Variety Showcase - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Cole Vaughan Performs at Kentucky Farm Bureau Variety Showcase

 

Louisville, KY (December 1, 2017) – Warren County’s Cole Vaughan performed before a live audience during the November 30 general session of Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) 98th annual meeting in Louisville. Winner of both the Warren County and District 4 preliminary contests, Vaughan was one of 11 acts invited to perform at the state Variety Showcase. The competition is sponsored annually by KFB to support youth achievement in entertainment.

Vaughan, who sang “Waving Through a Window”, was awarded a $250 check for being named the district winner of the Variety Showcase.

KFB’s District 4 is a regional grouping of Kentucky counties, consisting of: Allen, Barren, Green, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson and Warren.

 

Cole Vaughan of Warren County (center) is recognized for his performance at the 2017 KFB Variety Showcase in Louisville. Also pictured are David S. Beck, Kentucky Farm Bureau Executive Vice President (left) and Rob Payne, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Company, Vice President of Claims (right).

 

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