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Goober Gazette: Ashley Hoelscher, BPA representative


Goober Gazette: Ashley Hoelscher, BPA representative
Enrique Garcia and Ashley Hoelscher


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Ashley Hoelscher is proud to represent Business Professionals of America in this year’s Peanut Festival. Ashley is the daughter of Richard and Jennifer Hoelscher, and the sister of Emily Hoelscher.

Ashley is a senior at Floresville High School and is actively involved with BPA, Jaguar athletics, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the National Honor Society. Ashley is senior class secretary and works at Floresville North Elementary through the Co-op program. She is a member of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Elmendorf, where she volunteers with the CCD program, St. Anthony’s Youth Group, and ACTS. Ashley will be escorted by Enrique Garcia.

Enrique is the son of Henry and Deborah Garcia, and the brother of Melodie and Arcillia. Enrique is also a senior at Floresville High School and works at Floresville North Elementary through the Co-op program.

Both Ashley and Enrique are excited to be representing the Business Professionals of America, and appreciate the opportunity.
 

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