Life’s been so crazy these past few weeks that I forgot to share some exciting news: WKU Block and Bridle Club was named the top group in the Animal Agriculture Alliance’s College Aggies Online program!
I was so excited when I received a congratulatory email/press release from the Animal Ag Alliance on April 2 informing me that not only had our club won the contest but that I had won the high individual award!
When the final scores were posted, WKU Block and Bridle members tallied a total score of 5,312 points…over 2,400 points ahead of the second place team.
The club will receive a $750 scholarship for their efforts and a trip for one representative to attend the Alliance’s Stakeholders Summit, April 28-29 in Washington, D.C. As high individual, I am honored to receive a $250 scholarship and to serve as club representative to the Summit.
Out of the top ten individuals, 5 were WKU Block and Bridle members. These members went above and beyond to help the club rally points, but more importantly share their experiences in animal agriculture.
Meet WKU’s Top 5 College Aggies:
As captain of the WKU Block and Bridle College Aggies group, I want to thank all of our members for their hard work and dedication to sharing their personal experiences in agriculture.
If your agricultural club or organization wants to get involved in College Aggies next year, you can get more information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or following @CollegeAggies and @AnimalAg on twitter.