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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 21, PAGE 7-A is set for M Americans "We hope everyone will take in produc- a moment on National Agricul- The average ture Day to consider the impact feeds 129 our farming industry has on )rovides their everyday lives," Agricul- medi- ture Commissioner Billy Ray cosmetics, Smith said. "We set aside the aud hundreds offirst day of spring every year to thank our farmers for a job well Day on done, and we hope everyone else opPortunity forwill, too." Ponder these The Kentucky Department of about the Agriculture will mark the special day with the Agriculture Day tCt Season of fresh beginnings. this spring with a with MICRODERMABRASION Luncheon in Louisville. Guests will honor the winners of the Department's annual Poster and Essay Contest for children in grades 1-8. They also will rec- ognize the winners of the Commissioner's Environmental and Sustainable Agriculture Awards and the Kentucky Rural Safety and Health Council's Community Safety Awards. Agriculture generated more than $3.6 billion in farmgate re- ceipts in Kentucky in 2000, the Kentucky Agricultural Statistics Service reported. Kentucky leads the nation in burley to- bacco production and is the top beef cattle state east of Missis- sippi River. Equine income has been Kentucky's leading source of farm receipts two years in a row. More than 40,000 people were employed in agriculture in Ken- tucky in 2000, according to the state Economic Development Cabinet's Deskbook of Economic statistics. Emergency Siren test gentle procedure that works by exfoliation of the dead eddn cells that can dull your complexion. wilt help to bring back that youthful This procedure will also remove fine lines, sun well as acne and surgical scaring. l orinformation please contact the office of Or. Darby Cole ~ 270.298.4700 A countywide Emergency Si- ren Test is planned to take place on a Saturday at noon in the next few weeks. (i! > Z: