2015 Washington County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2015 Washington County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting

 

September 24, 2015

Washington County held their annual meeting on September 17th 2015 at the Mackville Community Center. This year approximately 130 members and special guest attended. After a wonderful meal, the business meeting began.

Three Washington County FFA members participated in the Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest. Prior to the meeting each contestant had an interview and during the meeting they gave a 2 minute speech. The contestants were Alex Cochran, Joseph Cain, and Beth Osbourne. 

 

Chassity Warner
Chassity Warner, Alex Cochran, Joseph Cain, and Beth Osbourn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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