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The 411: Youth


Poth gala, dinosaur exhibit are ‘dino-mite’


Poth gala, dinosaur exhibit are ‘dino-mite’
Students can’t take their eyes off the dinosaur skull held by Dinosaur George during the Dinosaur Extravaganza.


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The Poth Education Foundation Gala and the Dinosaur Extravaganza, held at the Poth VFW Hall on May 1, were each an amazing success for the students of Poth Independent School District and the community.

The Dinosaur George museum exhibit and silent and live auctions highlighted the gala. The students of Poth ISD, along with the general public, were treated to the museum exhibit and presentations by Dinosaur George Blasing on May 2.

Many people worked to make each of the events a success. The foundation wishes to thank Absolute Perfections, Colour Bar Hair Salon, FELPS, Hem of His Garment, Henry and Otillia Montez Catering, Outlaw Catering, Rhew’s Orchard House, Ruffled Feathers, Tony and Cheryl Castleberry, Jacqueline and Joel Castillo, Adan and Morgan Montez, and all the other many sponsors, donors, and contributors.
 

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