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The 411: Youth


Area students are Texas A&M grads




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Local students attending Texas A&M University in College Station were among approximately 3,600 graduates who recently received degrees during the 2011 fall commencement ceremonies.

Local graduates are listed below along with their hometown and degree.

•Elmendorf: Samantha J. Smith, Bachelor of Science-animal science

•Falls City: Joshua K. Woelfel, Bachelor of Science-industrial engineering

•Floresville: Amanda M. Ebrom, Master of Agribusiness-agribusiness; Kelsey N. Raabe, Bachelor of Science-kinesiology, summa cum laude

•La Vernia: Bryan M. Uribe, Bachelor of Science-industrial distribution

•Stockdale: Ted Akin, Bachelor of Science-ag leadership and development; Austin T. Rice, Bachelor of Science-psychology; Ethan A. Wellman, Bachelor of Science-ag leadership and development; Aaron W. West, Bachelor of Science-electrical engineering
 

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