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Hevner, Moran receive State Fair of Texas Scholarships


Hevner, Moran receive State Fair of Texas Scholarships
Jordan Lin Hevner (left) and Amy Beth Moran


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By Carolyn Scott

Exclusive to the Wilson County News

Jordan Lin Hevner and Amy Beth Moran, both graduating seniors from East Central High School in San Antonio, have each been awarded a four-year, $5,000 Youth Livestock Scholarship sponsored by the State Fair of Texas. The $1,250 a year scholarships are renewable by maintaining a 3.0 GPA.

In 1993, the State Fair of Texas Scholarship Program expanded its youth support by awarding scholarships to academically talented students who participated in the State Fair of Texas Youth Livestock Shows.

Jordan participated in the State Fair of Texas Youth Livestock Show in 2010 and 2012-13.

She showed in the Youth Market Beef Steer and Youth Beef Heifer shows and won numerous places including first. In high school, she has been an active member of FFA, 4-H Club, National Honor Society, and Beta Club.

Amy Beth participated in the State Fair of Texas Youth Livestock Shows from 2006-13. She competed in the Youth Market Lamb, Youth Market Goat, Youth Dairy Goat, and Youth Breeding Sheep shows and was awarded several places including sixth. In high school she has been an active member of FFA, 4-H Club, Choir, and National Honor Society.

Both girls have held numerous offices in their clubs and received many awards and honors during their high school career and have been active in community service.

Jordan plans to attend Texas A&M University in College Station and major in animal science. She is the daughter of Barry and Sandra Hevner of Adkins.

Amy Beth plans to attend Palo Alto College and major in bio-medical science. She is the daughter of Jim and Sylvia Moran of Elmendorf.

Carolyn Scott is the scholarship program coordinator for the State Fair of Texas Scholarship Program.
 

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