Agriculture Commissioner James Comer will be traveling to Hopkinsville Monday afternoon to reportedly meet with Christian County Clerk Mike Kem and local 4-H and FFA officers.
Commissioner Comer will be encouraging residents to make a donation to the Kentucky 4-H, Kentucky FFA organizations and Kentucky Proud program when they decide to renew their farm license plates.
According to Commissioner Comer, FFA and 4-H gives the states youth opportunities to participate in constructive activities while they learn the value of hard work and discipline.
Kentucky FFA reportedly has 15,000 members, while 205,000 students in the Commonwealth are involved in 4-H programs.
Commissioner Comer will be in Hopkinsville Monday at 2:30 p.m. at the Christian County Clerk’s office located at 5-11 South Main Street.