Animal Science Department

 

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Spring 2014

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Over the past school year, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Block and Bridle Club has had a substantial amount of accomplishments, as well as, hosting many successful events. It is my great pleasure to recognize and thank all of the officers and members who went out of their way to make it happen. I would also like to thank the Animal Science Department faculty and staff for all of their support and guidance throughout the year. Our advisors are a key component to our club. They work as our support system and are the drive behind our success. A big thank you to our advisors: Senior Advisor, Dr. Steven Jones; Junior Advisor, Dr. Gary Sullivan; and Freshman Advisor, Dr. Ty Schmidt. I would also like to give a special thank you to our club department contact, Andi Hallberg. She has been there to help us from sending out sponsorship letters to answering all of our questions. Thank you, Terri Behl, for stepping up to the challenge of club department contact and keeping stride with us during our busy year. Without our advisors, officers, and members our club would fail to exist. Thank you!!

Through my past four years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Block and Bridle has served as a way for me to meet new people, better my leadership and aid in the promotion of several industries that I hold dear. It is my belief that education should not only encompass classroom learning, but also the experiences you gain from taking part in collegiate activities.

Block and Bridle has provided me with an opportunity to grow as a person and a leader. It is my sincere hope that this past school year has allowed the members of the club to also grow as leaders.

It has been my honor to serve as the 2013-2014 Block and Bridle President. I wish to commend the members of this club for being driven, hardworking, and talented individuals. I feel they have all shown a great amount of dedication to production agriculture and truly take pride in Block and Bridle. I believe that with the successes accomplished this year, the club will continue moving forward, reaching for new heights in the years to come. I want to wish future club members, officers and advisors the best of luck as they continue to promote and build on the traditions of the Block and Bridle Club.

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Over the past school year, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Block and Bridle Club has had a substantial amount of accomplishments, as well as, hosting many successful events. It is my great pleasure to recognize and thank all of the officers and members who went out of their way to make it happen. I would also like to thank the Animal Science Department faculty and staff for all of their support and guidance throughout the year. Our advisors are a key component to our club. They work as our support system and are the drive behind our success. A big thank you to our advisors: Senior Advisor, Dr. Steven Jones; Junior Advisor, Dr. Gary Sullivan; and Freshman Advisor, Dr. Ty Schmidt. I would also like to give a special thank you to our club department contact, Andi Hallberg. She has been there to help us from sending out sponsorship letters to answering all of our questions. Thank you, Terri Behl, for stepping up to the challenge of club department contact and keeping stride with us during our busy year. Without our advisors, officers, and members our club would fail to exist. Thank you!!

Through my past four years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Block and Bridle has served as a way for me to meet new people, better my leadership and aid in the promotion of several industries that I hold dear. It is my belief that education should not only encompass classroom learning, but also the experiences you gain from taking part in collegiate activities.

Block and Bridle has provided me with an opportunity to grow as a person and a leader. It is my sincere hope that this past school year has allowed the members of the club to also grow as leaders.

It has been my honor to serve as the 2013-2014 Block and Bridle President. I wish to commend the members of this club for being driven, hardworking, and talented individuals. I feel they have all shown a great amount of dedication to production agriculture and truly take pride in Block and Bridle. I believe that with the successes accomplished this year, the club will continue moving forward, reaching for new heights in the years to come. I want to wish future club members, officers and advisors the best of luck as they continue to promote and build on the traditions of the Block and Bridle Club.

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