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Jackson Martin, Jeralyn Kessler come in 1-2 in Variety contest

Columbia's Jeralyn Kessler is runner up in the Farm Bureau District Variety Contest held in Russell Springs, KY on Thursday, November 5, 2017. ; Jackson Martin of Somerset is winner of the contest and will compete at State Level.
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By Linda Kessler

Jackson Martin was the winner of the Kentucky Farm Bureau District Variety Contest held on Thursday evening 11/5/2015 at the Russell County Auditorium Natatorium Complex. Jackson, the 11 year old son of Hunter Blane and Maria Martin of Somerset (representing the Pulaski County Farm Bureau), was a very talented piano player.

Jeralyn Kessler was the first runner-up in the contest and she sang 'Mama's Broken Heart' by Miranda Lambart. Jeralyn is the 17 year old daugher of Kevin and Arlinda Kessler of Columbia (representing Adair County Farm Bureau).

Jackson Martin will compete in the state variety show with the winners from the other 10 districts of KFB in the state.

"So happy to be runner-up in the Farm Bureau Variety Contest tonight. And this boy (Jackson Martin) isn't just cute, he can play the piano like no other! Congratulations to him and good luck at state! ‪Thank you Kentucky Farm Bureau!" Jeralyn Kessler said.



This story was posted on 2015-11-06 20:27:21
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Winner & Runner up at District Farm Bureau Variety Contest



2015-11-06 - Russell Co. High School, 2166 S Highway 27, Russell Springs, KY - Photo by Linda Kessler.
Jackson Martin, Somerset, KY, was the winner of the Farm Bureau District Variety Show, and Jeralyn Kessler of Columbia, KY, was runner up. - LINDA KESSLER

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