Hopewell student places in Williamson County Expo

Hunter Chamber places first

Mikaela Alvarez, Reporter

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During the Williamson County Youth Expo, Hunter Chambers, a Hopewell Middle School student placed first in the swine market. This was made possible thanks to to the Junior FFA program that are hosted at both Stony Point and McNeil

Hunter Chambers Winning

in order to let students participate without having to wait until high school. Chambers is a part of this program with his sister Allison Chambers, and they both keep animals at the facilities provided by Stony Point High School, which includes 3 acres of land and a 14,000 sq. ft. barn where students can keep and raise their animals. Thanks to this opportunity, Hunter has learned many responsibilities in taking care of his pig like feeding him in order to keep him healthy and ready for the shows.

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