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Stockdale Watermelon Jubilee:Jonathan Borchardt, Little Mr. Rodeo candidate

Stockdale Watermelon Jubilee:Jonathan Borchardt,  Little Mr. Rodeo candidate

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June 13, 2012
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Jonathan Borchardt, the son of Reed and Tabatha Borchardt and brother of Kenneth Borchardt of Stockdale, is a candidate for Little Mr. Rodeo. Jonathan is also the grandson of Joe and Sue Bruno of Spring and Janie and Ken Borchardt of Nixon. He attends Stockdale Elementary School and loves reading.

Jonathan enjoys playing sports and is involved with both the Stockdale Spurs League and the Stockdale Little League. He plans to play football this season.

A member of the Gonzales Playday Association, Jonathan loves horseback riding. He is excited to follow in his brother’s footsteps and represent Stockdale as Little Mr. Rodeo.

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