Starting at the bottom
Submitted by Edgar on June 1, 2014 - 8:02am
With hundreds of area graduates taking stock of their high school diplomas and setting out for higher education and/or the workforce, we invited school, city, and county officials to take a look back at their first jobs. Uvalde County Judge Bill Mitchell worked at a dry cleaner’s, Sheriff Charles Mendeke was a grocerystore bagger, Uvalde school district assistant superintendent Hal Harrell was a maintenance worker and district superintendent Jeanette Ball made and sold sno-cones.
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