Animal Science Department

 

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2013

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Dear Members, Supporters, Family, and Friends, Over the past school year, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Block and Bridle Club had tremendous goal breaking accomplishments, and hosted several successful events. It is my great pleasure to recognize and thank all of the officers and members that contributed a considerable amount of time to make it a fabulous year. I would also like to thank the Animal Science Department faculty and staff for all of their support, time, and guidance throughout the year. Our advisors are a key component of our club and were crucial to the club’s success this year. They worked hard as our support system and are the driving force behind our success. Thank you Senior advisor, Dr. Dennis Brink, Junior advisor, Dr. Steven Jones, and Freshman advisor, Dr. Gary Sullivan. I would like to extend a special thank you to our club department contact, Andria Hallberg. She has been there helping to make sure the club stays on task and organized. Without our advisors, officers, club contact, and members, our club would fail to exist. Thank you all for your help. Through my four years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Block and Bridle has provided me with many wonderful experiences. Through the club I have had the opportunity to meet many new people, develop leadership skills, and promote an industry that I fully believe in. I firmly believe that life skills are not only learned and developed in the classroom but that extracurricular college activities help to further the learning and skills students attain. It has been my goal this year to provide members with multiple opportunities to develop their own leadership and communication skills while also having a blast meeting other people who are just as excited about agriculture as they are. My passion for the Block and Bridle Club started very early on in life because the organization was a huge part of my parents’ life when they were in college. It was prosperous back then, so I made it my goal to make sure it was prosperous this year as well. With that said, it has been my privilege to serve as the 2012-2013 Block and Bridle President. I wish to congratulate the members of this club for being dedicated, driven, and hardworking this last year. I have seen their dedication and pride in the Block and Bridle Club and the agriculture industry. As you read through the annual, I hope that you will also recognize all the hard work that the members have expended this year. I feel that with the success this year, the club will continue to grow and be prosperous. I also want to wish future club members, officers, and presidents the best of luck as they continue to promote, grow, and build on the traditions of the Nebraska Block and Bridle Club.

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Dear Members, Supporters, Family, and Friends, Over the past school year, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Block and Bridle Club had tremendous goal breaking accomplishments, and hosted several successful events. It is my great pleasure to recognize and thank all of the officers and members that contributed a considerable amount of time to make it a fabulous year. I would also like to thank the Animal Science Department faculty and staff for all of their support, time, and guidance throughout the year. Our advisors are a key component of our club and were crucial to the club’s success this year. They worked hard as our support system and are the driving force behind our success. Thank you Senior advisor, Dr. Dennis Brink, Junior advisor, Dr. Steven Jones, and Freshman advisor, Dr. Gary Sullivan. I would like to extend a special thank you to our club department contact, Andria Hallberg. She has been there helping to make sure the club stays on task and organized. Without our advisors, officers, club contact, and members, our club would fail to exist. Thank you all for your help. Through my four years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Block and Bridle has provided me with many wonderful experiences. Through the club I have had the opportunity to meet many new people, develop leadership skills, and promote an industry that I fully believe in. I firmly believe that life skills are not only learned and developed in the classroom but that extracurricular college activities help to further the learning and skills students attain. It has been my goal this year to provide members with multiple opportunities to develop their own leadership and communication skills while also having a blast meeting other people who are just as excited about agriculture as they are. My passion for the Block and Bridle Club started very early on in life because the organization was a huge part of my parents’ life when they were in college. It was prosperous back then, so I made it my goal to make sure it was prosperous this year as well. With that said, it has been my privilege to serve as the 2012-2013 Block and Bridle President. I wish to congratulate the members of this club for being dedicated, driven, and hardworking this last year. I have seen their dedication and pride in the Block and Bridle Club and the agriculture industry. As you read through the annual, I hope that you will also recognize all the hard work that the members have expended this year. I feel that with the success this year, the club will continue to grow and be prosperous. I also want to wish future club members, officers, and presidents the best of luck as they continue to promote, grow, and build on the traditions of the Nebraska Block and Bridle Club.

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