In addition to the educational sessions, numerous community businesses and organizations set up displays and information booths to inform and aid awareness of services offered within the local community. Among those set up in the display area were: Appalachian Christian Entrepreneur, Inc., Avon, Big Sandy Area Development District, C&K Health Enterprises, Drift Woman's Club, Floyd County Emergency & Rescue Squad, Floyd County Health Department - Smoke Free Public Space, local Girl Scout chapters, Kentucky Farm Bureau, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Linda & Connie's Floral, Maytown Volunteer Fire & Rescue, Mt. Comp Care Regional Prevention Center, National Weather Service, Pampered Chef, Pike County Extension Service, PRIDE Committee, Signature Events, Floyd County Conservation District, an exhibit on Lawn & Garden Safety, and the Floyd County Extension Service - 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Food and Nutrition Education program, Family & Consumer Sciences, Floyd County Cancer Coalition, and Floyd County Extension Homemakers.
Visitors to the Home & Garden Expo were treated to free flower, vegetable and herb seeds, as well as door prizes and goody bags. Special thanks are extended to the following for their donations of prizes and refreshments: 4-H Youth Development program Teen Council members, Avon, Floyd County Emergency & Rescue Squad, Floyd County Health Department, local Girl Scout chapters, Maytown Volunteer Fire Department, and PRIDE Committee.
Ray Tackett, agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources, Theresa Scott, agent for Family & Consumer Sciences, and Heather Nelson, agent for 4-H Youth Development, wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to all who participated as well as to all those who visited, helping make this year's Home & Garden Expo another wonderful success.