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Grandmother lost her gold wedding band, possibly around Whataburger/DialysisCenter in Floresville. After losing my grandfather, she is completely heartbroken over this. If you find anything, PLEASE contact me 210.313.7092

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4-H youth, the future leaders of tomorrow


4-H youth, the  future  leaders of tomorrow
Courtney Trout is congratulated by State Rep. John Kuempel Aug. 7 in the Wilson County Show Barn. Courtney received the Wilson County 4-H Golden Clover Award.


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August 17, 2011
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FLORESVILLE -- Our future leaders of tomorrow were recognized for their achievements and success in the 4-H program during the 2011 4-H Achievement Night held Aug. 7. The Wilson County Show Barn, decorated in a Mardi Gras theme, was the location for this year’s event. Anna Reese, president of the Wilson County 4-H Council, served as mistress of ceremonies. . . .

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