FFA Career Development Contests Held at LCC


(Lamar, Colorado; April 8, 2013)  Lamar Community College welcomed 435 high school students from 27 schools to compete in the FFA Career Development Contests this past Wednesday, April 3, 2013. The ten contests were held around the LCC campus, at Lamar High School, and at the Sand and Sage Fairgrounds. 

 The high winners for each contest will receive $500 scholarships to Lamar Community College. The winners are:

Ag Sales-Michael Clapper (Stratton); Ag Mechanics-Dylan Hammit (Holly); Crops-Kyle English (Stratton); Farm Business Management-Clay Corliss (Stratton); Floriculture-Rebekah Bunch (Kit Carson); Horse Judging-Anastasia Torres (Hoehne); Job Interview-Zach Cooper (Stratton); Land Classification-Landon Esarey (Cheyenne Wells); Livestock Judging-Montana Cook (Walsh); and Meats Evaluation-Mikayla Arlint (Hoehne).  

Lamar Community College Agriculture Faculty member Danielle Wollert stated, “First, I would like to congratulate all of the students who competed in Wednesday’s event, they were well prepared and ready for the contest. Second, I want to thank everyone who played a part in the contests. An event of this magnitude would not run so smoothly without everyone’s help and participation. Finally, I would like to say it is an honor to hold this event at Lamar Community College; this event impacts so many students from across the state. We are proud to play a part in it.” 

For more information on Ag programs at LCC, contact Wollert at 719.336.1628 or ag@lamarcc.edu.


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