HCHS students win variety contest


Courtesy photo Kentucky Farm Bureau’s District 11 Outstanding Youth and Variety Contest was held on Oct. 26. Contestants from 11 southeastern Kentucky counties competed against each other, in different genres of entertainment, to be the district winner. Harlan County’s Camron Whitehead, Lindsey Fields, Charles Drake Hensley, Albert Milwee and Kassee Robinson won the contest. They performed a scene from the book “The Great Gatsby.” They also represented Harlan County at the Kentucky Farm Bureau’s State Variety Showcase on Dec. 4 at that Galt House in Louisville.


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Kentucky Farm Bureau’s District 11 Outstanding Youth and Variety Contest was held on Oct. 26. Contestants from 11 southeastern Kentucky counties competed against each other, in different genres of entertainment, to be the district winner. Harlan County’s Camron Whitehead, Lindsey Fields, Charles Drake Hensley, Albert Milwee and Kassee Robinson won the contest. They performed a scene from the book “The Great Gatsby.” They also represented Harlan County at the Kentucky Farm Bureau’s State Variety Showcase on Dec. 4 at that Galt House in Louisville.

Courtesy photo Kentucky Farm Bureau’s District 11 Outstanding Youth and Variety Contest was held on Oct. 26. Contestants from 11 southeastern Kentucky counties competed against each other, in different genres of entertainment, to be the district winner. Harlan County’s Camron Whitehead, Lindsey Fields, Charles Drake Hensley, Albert Milwee and Kassee Robinson won the contest. They performed a scene from the book “The Great Gatsby.” They also represented Harlan County at the Kentucky Farm Bureau’s State Variety Showcase on Dec. 4 at that Galt House in Louisville.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_HCHS-Farm-Bureau.jpgCourtesy photo Kentucky Farm Bureau’s District 11 Outstanding Youth and Variety Contest was held on Oct. 26. Contestants from 11 southeastern Kentucky counties competed against each other, in different genres of entertainment, to be the district winner. Harlan County’s Camron Whitehead, Lindsey Fields, Charles Drake Hensley, Albert Milwee and Kassee Robinson won the contest. They performed a scene from the book “The Great Gatsby.” They also represented Harlan County at the Kentucky Farm Bureau’s State Variety Showcase on Dec. 4 at that Galt House in Louisville.
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