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4-H record book judging news
The record book judging date has been changed due to conflict with the Leadership Lab. The Wilson County office of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service will have county record book judging all day on Thursday, June 20, at the Extension office, located in the Wilson County Courthouse basement on Third Street in Floresville.
The Extension office is looking for judges (leaders, parents, friends, or senior division 4-H’ers) to help.
It is very important to have enough judges in order to get record books judged in a timely manner.
Record books and award applications are due at the Extension office by Monday, June 17. For more information or if you can help, call 830-393-7357.
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