Owen native serving as summer intern for Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation

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David S. Beck, executive vice president of Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, announced that Kyle Kelly, an Owen County native, has been hired as an intern for the summer.
As the organization’s summer intern, Kelly splits his time working with the organization, operations and communication divisions of Kentucky Farm Bureau.
Kelly assists the organization division with preparations for the young farmer program’s summer activities and KFB’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders.
For the operations division, Kelly helps organize and arrange the awarding of college scholarships on behalf of Farm Bureau.
In the communication division, he applies his writing capabilities to construct a variety of press releases and blog articles for KFB’s newsroom.
Raised on an Owen County beef and tobacco farm, Kelly is pursuing a degree in agriculture from the University of Kentucky.
Entering his senior year this fall, he has written for the university’s newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel, and will serve on the Student Government Association beginning next semester. Kelly is also involved in several different organizations around campus, such as FarmHouse Fraternity, Campus Outreach, College Republicans, Agriculture Business Club and Student Government.
Prior to his role as a summer intern with Kentucky Farm Bureau, Kelly was a concession supervisor at the Kentucky Motor Speedway.