WCYF Ag speaker sees County as a positive example

Advised that his best chance was to run for an FFA state office, Alejandro’s speech so impressed Dr. Bill Bennett, the director of the Texas Tech School of Agriculture, that he was given a scholarship and was also elected as the Texas State FFA President, the first Hispanic to hold that office.

To say that Aaron Alejandro was impressed with what he saw while walking the Wharton County Fairgrounds before making his appearance as the guest speaker at this year’s WCYF Agricultural Appreciation Day Banquet would be understating his response.

Advised that his best chance was to run for an FFA state office, Alejandro’s speech so impressed Dr. Bill Bennett, the director of the Texas Tech School of Agriculture, that he was given a scholarship and was also elected as the Texas State FFA President, the first Hispanic to hold that office.

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