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Local students attend Youth Leadership Conference

Local students attend Youth Leadership Conference
Taylor Penshorn (from left), Mariel McFadin, and Dalton Dennehy of La Vernia gather to discuss the topics presented at the Texas Farm Bureau’s Youth Leadership Conference held at Angelo State University June 6-10.

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SAN ANGELO -- Taylor Penshorn, Mariel McFadin, and Dalton Dennehy of La Vernia are among the students who attended the Texas Farm Bureau’s 48th annual Youth Leadership Conference, held June 6-10 at Angelo State University. The Wilson County Farm Bureau sponsored these students, who joined more than 280 high school juniors and seniors from more than 125 counties across the state.  . . .

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