1976 Agri Club
ASU-Beebe has always had a #Love for participation in campus life and agriculture. Getting involved can be a significant part of a student's educational experience.
Student organizations and clubs offer students valuable opportunities to learn and develop teamwork and leadership skills. Involvement in student organizations teaches skills transferable to the world of work and provides a network with faculty and staff advisors.
Throughout ASU-Beebe history the Agri Club has been a major component of campus life. They have hosted Agri cook-outs, banquets and the annual Agri Day being held this year on Wednesday, February 27th. Agri Day at ASU-Beebe brings approximately 2000 high school students on our campus to compete and pass various contests. This event jumpstarts many additional contests these students participate in throughout the year!
This photo above is of the 1976 members of the Agri Club and the Leaders!
Kneeling first row: Dave Hamilton; Albert Kurtz, President; Rusty Miller; Henrick Larson; Donald Hughes; Monty Holmes; Brad Simmons
Second Row: Donald Lacy; Lester Galloway; Jim Gilliam, Parliamentarian; Max Brackett, Treasurer; Harry Brown; Bob Rochelle; Gerald Cooper; Dale Johnson
Standing third row: Denver Nettles, Advisor; Authur Watkins; Tim Jones; Paul Smith, Vice President; Rodney Blevins; Roe Watkins; Tom Liles; Margie Cannon; Ronny Rowlett; Norris Sandridge; William Brandy; Benny Nettles; Linda Mills; Mac Merner; Wendell “Buddy”Phillips, Advisor
#throwbackthursday #asubproud #agriculture
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ASU-Beebe’s Publishing Studio is accepting submissions for the next edition of Uncharted, an ASUB literary and art magazine. The deadline to submit works for consideration will be this Friday, Feb.15.
The editorial team accepts a wide variety of submissions, such as a poem, a photo of a piece of pottery, an essay about an historical figure, a reflection on a teaching experience, a creative nonfiction essay about a musician or vocalist, or a portion of a script for a play.
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Thank you to Sugarloaf Heritage Council for the donation to the ASU-Beebe Heber Springs campus of the off-road dumping trailer. The trailer is being used for the purpose of maintaining Sugarloaf Mountain trails and other recreational or maintenance related needs on the campus.
ASUB Development Officer, Andrea Cole, said, “Sugarloaf Mountain is something special and unique in the fact that it belongs to ASU-Beebe. We take a lot of pride in the preservation of the natural beauty that surrounds the Heber Springs campus and the many visitors that visit the mountain each year.” View the entire story on the ASUB website News and Information page at the following link: http://www.asub.edu/news-information/posts/sugarloaf-donation.aspx.