Baldwin sings “My Old Kentucky Home”


Submitted by FKFCU Heidi Baldwin, Fort Knox Federal Leitchfield Branch manager, got the Annual Honeyfest in Grayson County started with some positive economic news. She sang “My Old Kentucky Home” at the ground breaking for the new Walter T. Kelley Company beekeeping structure to be built in Grayson County. Kentucky Lt. Governor Crit Luallen as well as State Representative Tim Moore were present.


Submitted by FKFCU

Heidi Baldwin, Fort Knox Federal Leitchfield Branch manager, got the Annual Honeyfest in Grayson County started with some positive economic news. She sang “My Old Kentucky Home” at the ground breaking for the new Walter T. Kelley Company beekeeping structure to be built in Grayson County. Kentucky Lt. Governor Crit Luallen as well as State Representative Tim Moore were present.

Submitted by FKFCU Heidi Baldwin, Fort Knox Federal Leitchfield Branch manager, got the Annual Honeyfest in Grayson County started with some positive economic news. She sang “My Old Kentucky Home” at the ground breaking for the new Walter T. Kelley Company beekeeping structure to be built in Grayson County. Kentucky Lt. Governor Crit Luallen as well as State Representative Tim Moore were present.
http://gcnewsgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Heidi.jpgSubmitted by FKFCU Heidi Baldwin, Fort Knox Federal Leitchfield Branch manager, got the Annual Honeyfest in Grayson County started with some positive economic news. She sang “My Old Kentucky Home” at the ground breaking for the new Walter T. Kelley Company beekeeping structure to be built in Grayson County. Kentucky Lt. Governor Crit Luallen as well as State Representative Tim Moore were present.
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