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National 4-H Week
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Karnes County 4-H officers pose for a photo with members of the Karnes County Commissioners Court on Oct. 8. The court read and approved a proclamation in honor of National 4-H Week. From left are Claire Smart, Tracey Schendel, Barbara Shaw, Pete Jauer, Kyler Palmer, Kason Moczygemba, Luke Doreck, and Brent Gisler.
Joe Baker photo Karnes County 4-H officers pose for a photo with members of the Karnes County Commissioners Court on Oct. 8. The court read and approved a proclamation in honor of National 4-H Week. From left are Claire Smart, Tracey Schendel, Barbara Shaw, Pete Jauer, Kyler Palmer, Kason Moczygemba, Luke Doreck, and Brent Gisler.
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Karnes County 4-H officers pose for a photo with employees and management of the Karnes City Stripes store. From left are Letti Arizamendi, Shawna Galvan, Brent Gisler, Kason Moczygemba, Kyler Palmer, Raul Garza (GM), Claire Smart, Guadalupe Alvarez, Luke Doreck, Christie Valdez, Patricia Ramirez and Darren Alexander(AGM). The Karnes City Stripes store participated in the Stripes Mobile Clover Campaign in September which raised money that was then given to the county 4-H program. One hundred percent of the funds raised are given to the program and Stripes even gives an incentive for people to purchase the mobiles, (free slushy and bag of candy for purchasing a mobile). Karnes County 4-H officers went to Stripes to present them with a banner of thanks in appreciation for their support.
Joe Baker photo Karnes County 4-H officers pose for a photo with employees and management of the Karnes City Stripes store. From left are Letti Arizamendi, Shawna Galvan, Brent Gisler, Kason Moczygemba, Kyler Palmer, Raul Garza (GM), Claire Smart, Guadalupe Alvarez, Luke Doreck, Christie Valdez, Patricia Ramirez and Darren Alexander(AGM). The Karnes City Stripes store participated in the Stripes Mobile Clover Campaign in September which raised money that was then given to the county 4-H program. One hundred percent of the funds raised are given to the program and Stripes even gives an incentive for people to purchase the mobiles, (free slushy and bag of candy for purchasing a mobile). Karnes County 4-H officers went to Stripes to present them with a banner of thanks in appreciation for their support.
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National 4-H Week
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