Students share knowledge of bats, grains

Kimberly Rubio

Assistant editor

The Uvalde County Agri-Women awarded $25 to four elementary school students and also treated their classrooms to ice cream parties as prizes for prize-winning essays chronicling the students’ recent trip to the Uvalde County ag fair.

The four students wrote about dairy farms, grains, electricity safety, bats, and event a goal to become a Texas Parks and Wildlife game warden after learning about the industries from various booths at the fair.

Fourth-grade students from Robb Elementary and Knippa Independent School District attended the ag fair at the Uvalde County Fairplex on Sept. 26. Afterward, the students participated in an essay contest, organized and judged by Agri-Women. Winners were chosen from a pool of 150 essays.


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