Club Plans Spring Activities

From the AgLink e-newsletter, Spring 2011

The Ag Econ/Ag Business Club has a busy spring calendar.

The club concluded the fall semester with a trip to Bern, Kan., where members visited the local cooperative and farms.

“It was a blast and we ate lunch at the local cafe, which was a first for some of us,” said Katie Samples, vice president for the club and senior in agribusiness from Winsor, Colo.

At the club’s Christmas party, Bryan Schurle, professor of agricultural economics, won the “tacky sweater” contest. One member also became the proud owner of a goldfish during the gift exchange, Samples said. The group also enjoyed fried chicken and potluck dishes from members.

The club plans to participate in co-rec basketball and is coordinating a spring trip to Oklahoma City or St. Louis after spring break.

The Ag Econ/Ag Business Club has a busy spring calendar.
The club concluded the fall semester with a trip to Bern, Kan., where members visited the local cooperative and farms.
“It was a blast and we ate lunch at the local cafe, which was a first for some of us,” said Katie Samples, vice president for the club and senior in agribusiness from Winsor, Colo.
At the club’s Christmas party, Bryan Schurle, professor of agricultural economics, won the “tacky sweater” contest. One member also became the proud owner of a goldfish during the gift exchange, Samples said. The group also enjoyed fried chicken and potluck dishes from members.
The club plans to participate in co-rec basketball and is coordinating a spring trip to Oklahoma City or St. Louis after spring break.
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