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Coronado FFA Students Take Top Prizes at State Fair

The Coronado High School FFA program continued its tradition of excellence at this year’s Southern New Mexico State Fair, earning top prizes in several categories.

“I am very proud of our students,” said Jenn Matejcek, agricultural science teacher. “They work very hard and long hours, growing and prepping their animals and other projects. We had a great year with many more animals to show.”

Students competed in categories ranging from livestock, baking to art.

Junior Tye Claridge earned Grand Champion in the poultry category, selling his entry for $4,500. Sophomore Christopher Thatch took third place for his steer, earning $3,800.

The T-Birds also took home Grand Champion for their agricultural mechanics small and large project entry.

Below is the full list of participants and fair results:

Poultry:

Tye Claridge: Grand Champion Sold $4,500

Alejandro Navarette: 3rd Place

Yoseph Hernandez: 6th Place

Lauren Holderman

Christopher Thatch

 

Rabbits:

Rebecca Brandmeyer

Goats:

Shaye Alost: 6th Place

Lauren Holderman: 7th Place

Reed Jenson: 8th Place

 

Steer:

Christopher Thatch: 3rd Place Sold $3,800

Arts and Crafts:

Amani Hernandez: 1st Place

Maria Boccaccio-Mantecon: 1st Place and 2nd Best of Show $20

Nicole Gonzales: 1st and 2nd Place

 

Agriculture/Floriculture:

Mauricio Valdez: 1st okra, 1st elephant ear, 2nd white strawberry, 3rd avocado, 4th avocado

Agricultural Mechanics:

Grand Champion for Small and Large Project

Reserve Grand Champion for Small and Large Project

Alejandro Navarrete

Yoseph Hernandez

Alex Pustinger

Reed Jenson

Tye Claridge

Jeremy Aguirre

Erin Rocha

Michael Blackmon

Able Griswold

 

Baked Goods:

Francesca Cattuci: Pecan Brittle 2nd place

Lauren Holderman: Brownies 2nd place

Diana Aguilar: Banana Pecan Bread 1st Place

Reed Jenson: Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins 1st Place

Carlos Granados: Candied Pecans 1st Place

Jonathan Carrizal: Pecan Praline 1st Place, Pecan Pie 2nd Place

Gina Saenz: Pecan Bars 2nd Place, Apple Pie Cupcakes 1st Place

Alejandro Navarrete: Limes 1st Place, Hay 2nd Best of Show $15

 

Chapter Booth:

3rd Best of show

Shannon Watzling

Katherine Goodrich

Aime Muela

Victoria Enriquez

Jade Vera

El Paso International Airport Passes Rigorous FAA Safety Inspection

El Paso International Airport (EPIA) Passes Annual Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Certification Inspection with zero discrepancies.

“It is through the hard work and dedication of Airport and ARFF staff year-round that El Paso International Airport is able to provide a first-class, safe and secure facility for airlines and the passengers they serve,” said Monica Lombraña, Director of Aviation, “I am truly proud of what staff has accomplished.”

Every year, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) conducts a three-day comprehensive review and rigorous inspection of all commercial airports nationwide to ensure that airports are following national safety standards; successful certification is required for an airport to continue commercial operations.

El Paso International Airport (EPIA) completed its FAA Part 139-Certification and Operations Inspection with zero discrepancies, confirming that EPIA is a safe, efficient and well-run airport.

Included in the FAA Part 139 Inspection is a review of:

·        Airport Emergency Plan (AEP)

·        Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) equipment, training, and response times

·        Airport personnel operations and procedures, including self-inspection and maintenance logs

·        Fixed Base Operators (FBO) aircraft fueling procedures and fuel truck safety

·        Evaluation of all airfield markings, lighting and signage

·        Construction Safety

The FAA inspection was led by EPIA Operations and ARFF Divisions.

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