Food Check-Out Day


Photos submitted Kentucky Farm Bureau hosts “Food Check-Out Day” each year as a way to educate consumers about where their food comes from. It also provides consumers with a greater knowledge of how to stay on a budget while purchasing healthy food for their families. Seen from left are Nathan Boggs, Harlan County Farm Bureau Young Farmers chairman and Dustin Miniard, HCFBYF board member, speaking with Mrs. Vernon Conley, of Bledsoe, at the Harlan Food City.


Visiting both Food City and Don’s Super Saver in Harlan recently were HCFBYF board member Dustin Miniard, Chairman Nathan Boggs and HCFB board member Nola Sizemore. They helped celebrate the statewide “Food Check-Out Day” held each year in February.


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Kentucky Farm Bureau hosts “Food Check-Out Day” each year as a way to educate consumers about where their food comes from. It also provides consumers with a greater knowledge of how to stay on a budget while purchasing healthy food for their families. Seen from left are Nathan Boggs, Harlan County Farm Bureau Young Farmers chairman and Dustin Miniard, HCFBYF board member, speaking with Mrs. Vernon Conley, of Bledsoe, at the Harlan Food City.

Visiting both Food City and Don’s Super Saver in Harlan recently were HCFBYF board member Dustin Miniard, Chairman Nathan Boggs and HCFB board member Nola Sizemore. They helped celebrate the statewide “Food Check-Out Day” held each year in February.

Photos submitted Kentucky Farm Bureau hosts “Food Check-Out Day” each year as a way to educate consumers about where their food comes from. It also provides consumers with a greater knowledge of how to stay on a budget while purchasing healthy food for their families. Seen from left are Nathan Boggs, Harlan County Farm Bureau Young Farmers chairman and Dustin Miniard, HCFBYF board member, speaking with Mrs. Vernon Conley, of Bledsoe, at the Harlan Food City.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Farm-Bureau-2.jpgPhotos submitted Kentucky Farm Bureau hosts “Food Check-Out Day” each year as a way to educate consumers about where their food comes from. It also provides consumers with a greater knowledge of how to stay on a budget while purchasing healthy food for their families. Seen from left are Nathan Boggs, Harlan County Farm Bureau Young Farmers chairman and Dustin Miniard, HCFBYF board member, speaking with Mrs. Vernon Conley, of Bledsoe, at the Harlan Food City.

Visiting both Food City and Don’s Super Saver in Harlan recently were HCFBYF board member Dustin Miniard, Chairman Nathan Boggs and HCFB board member Nola Sizemore. They helped celebrate the statewide “Food Check-Out Day” held each year in February.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Farm-Bureau-1.jpgVisiting both Food City and Don’s Super Saver in Harlan recently were HCFBYF board member Dustin Miniard, Chairman Nathan Boggs and HCFB board member Nola Sizemore. They helped celebrate the statewide “Food Check-Out Day” held each year in February.
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