Central Kentucky Ag Credit Awards Grant to FFA Member
Central Kentucky Ag Credit recently awarded a $1,000 grant to Molly Perkins from Harrison County, as well as $1,000 to their chapter, Harrison County FFA.
“Central Kentucky Ag Credit is proud to support Molly’s supervised agricultural experience (SAE) project. The first-hand experience from this project helps her better understand agriculture. It also helps prepare our next generation of ag leaders, a critical part of our mission,” said Jim Caldwell, Central Kentucky Ag Credit President and CEO.
Nearly 6,000 students nationwide competed for one of the 51 Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) grants awarded nationwide. These grants help FFA members create or expand their SAE projects, a requirement that all FFA members must complete.
Molly Perkins will use the grant money to expand her poultry operation in Harrison County. Molly is a Junior at Harrison County High School and a member of the Harrison County FFA Chapter.
Photo courtesy of Lacey Short, Harrison County FFA Advisor.« See all News