Cleburne Times-Review, Cleburne, TX

Farm and Ranch

June 30, 2011

JCLAA sweepstakes winners announced

Ten 4-H and FFA members were announced the winners of this year’s Johnson County Livestock and Agriculture Association sweepstakes certificates.

The students will be able to use the $250 certificates to purchase an animal project and exhibit these projects at the 2012 Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair in February.

The winners applied for the award based upon their interest in agriculture and desire to work hard for success.

The members then were selected by their 4-H club leaders and FFA advisors to participate in a drawing, where 10 names were selected as the sweepstakes winners.

The certificates are sponsored by many individuals and businesses in Johnson County.

This year’s winners and their sponsors are:

• Justin Rawdon of Venus FFA, sponsored by United Cooperative Services

• Tanner Singleton of Burleson 4-H, sponsored by Community Bank

• Zane El-Jabsheh of Friendship 4-H, sponsored by B-Bar-B Cattle Co.

• Lindsey Lee of Joshua FFA, sponsored by Kidd Family Limousins

• Zachary Rudd of Venus FFA, sponsored by Dr. Dannette Raper

• Dominique Corwin of Cleburne FFA, sponsored by Performance Feeds

• Lucas Throckmorton of Venus FFA, sponsored by Dr. Craig Jones    

• April Molands of Godley FFA, sponsored by Joshua Pet & Feed

• Chris Wallen of Friendship 4-H, sponsored by Lone Star Ranch & Outdoors

• Tyler McCoy of Burleson FFA, sponsored by Pinnacle Bank

Alternates include Mckayla Haynes and Kourtney Throckmorton, both of Venus FFA.    

For information on sponsoring certificates, contact Lacey Bennett at 817-389-3186 or email

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