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Agriculture & Outdoors


‘Build a barn ... raise a child’


‘Build a barn ... raise a child’
With shovels in hand, members of the Bexar County Junior Livestock Show (BCJLS) board broke ground Nov. 3, 2011 for a 7,000-square-foot pavilion. Joining in the celebration are (from left) Madelyn Schott, BCJLS assistant treasurer; Gary Schott, BCJLS treasurer; Butch Galm, chairman of the land committee; Tom Fletcher and Dalton Evans of the land committee; Leslie Johnson of Allied Waste; Clarence Sultenfuss, BCJLS president; and Rick Fulks of Speedway Builders Inc.


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The board of directors for the Bexar County Junior Livestock Show held a pavilion ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 14 for a 7,000-square-foot pavilion. Funding for this pavilion was made possible from a memorial donation from the Charlie Simon family. Charlie had a dream of “Build a barn ... raise a child” and he chose the Bexar County Junior Livestock Show Building Fund for his memorial donation choice. . . .

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