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Wilson County 4-H’ers receive scholarships

Wilson County 4-H’ers receive scholarships
FELIPE SALAZAR/Contributor Texas Rep. John Kuempel (left) and Wilson County Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace Jim Burdette flank the Wilson County graduates who were honored during the July 26 Wilson County 4-H Achievement Night. Scholarship recipients include (l-r) Gage Bush, Wil Lanier, Madison Hartmann, Claire Dallmeyer, Sarah Keith, and Anne Lowak.

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Ten Wilson County 4-H graduating seniors received a total of $76,600 in 4-H Opportunity and County scholarships during the July 26 Wilson County 4-H Achievement Night banquet. . . .

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