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The 411: Youth


State Fair tag orders, more




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Members of the Wilson County 4-H clubs are reminded that Monday, April 11, is the deadline to order the State Fair validation tags.

Any exhibitor wishing to show a hog, goat, or lamb at the State Fair must purchase and pay for validation tags at the Wilson County Extension Service office located in the basement of the Wilson County Courthouse in Floresville.

Tags are $8 each or $21 each if paying after the deadline.

The State Fair validation dates have not been set yet.

For more information, call Dustin Biela, 4-H & youth development agent for Texas AgriLife Extension Service of Wilson County, at 830-393-7357.

Scholarship opportunities

The Soil & Crop Sciences Department at Texas A&M University would like to announce scholarship opportunities for high school graduating seniors. Outstanding graduating high school seniors are eligible for scholarships in amounts up to $8,000. You can apply at http://soilcrop.tamu.edu/scholarships.html.

Undergraduate degree choices in agronomy include turfgrass management option, soil and crop management option, and agro-industry option.

Undergraduate degree choices in plant and environmental soil science include soil science emphasis and plant science emphasis.

For more information, contact Staci Frerich, recruitment advisor, at sfrerich@ag.tamu.edu or 361-290-0988.
 

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