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National Junior Angus Association names new Junior Board

Amanda Nolz

Photo by American Angus AssociationThese 12 individuals will serve as the National Junior Angus Association board of directors for the coming year. Second year directors serving as officers are seated and include from left Mallory Trosper, Hamilton, MO, chairperson; Brandon Creamer, Montrose, CO, vice chairman; Walt Stinson, Talbott, TN, communications director; Trey Davis, Doerun, GA, Foundation director; Bridget Driscoll, Williamsburg, IA, leadership director; and Ann Blumer, Chesnee, SC, membership director.

The 2008 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) was held July 13-19, 2008 in Des Moines, IA. For many, this meant dreams came true as champions were named, excellent showmen were recognized and contest results were announced at the Friday banquet.

For one South Dakota youth, a lifetime of dreaming turned into reality. Andrew Rogen of Brandon, SD was named to the 2008 National Junior Angus Association Board of Directors.

This dream didn’t come true without a lot of hard work. Rogen has been actively involved in the Angus breed on a state and national level. He served three terms as the South Dakota Junior Angus Association’s (SDJAA) president as well as serving as secretary and treasurer. He represented South Dakota as a two-time voting delegate at NJAS along with participating in the Certified Angus Beef (CAB) Cook-off, public speaking contests, livestock judging and the mentor program. Rogen also started the tradition of using a web-cam service to capture highlights of NJAS for people who couldn’t make it to the show to check out online.

The 2008 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) was held July 13-19, 2008 in Des Moines, IA. For many, this meant dreams came true as champions were named, excellent showmen were recognized and contest results were announced at the Friday banquet.

For one South Dakota youth, a lifetime of dreaming turned into reality. Andrew Rogen of Brandon, SD was named to the 2008 National Junior Angus Association Board of Directors.

This dream didn’t come true without a lot of hard work. Rogen has been actively involved in the Angus breed on a state and national level. He served three terms as the South Dakota Junior Angus Association’s (SDJAA) president as well as serving as secretary and treasurer. He represented South Dakota as a two-time voting delegate at NJAS along with participating in the Certified Angus Beef (CAB) Cook-off, public speaking contests, livestock judging and the mentor program. Rogen also started the tradition of using a web-cam service to capture highlights of NJAS for people who couldn’t make it to the show to check out online.

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The 2008 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) was held July 13-19, 2008 in Des Moines, IA. For many, this meant dreams came true as champions were named, excellent showmen were recognized and contest results were announced at the Friday banquet.

For one South Dakota youth, a lifetime of dreaming turned into reality. Andrew Rogen of Brandon, SD was named to the 2008 National Junior Angus Association Board of Directors.

This dream didn’t come true without a lot of hard work. Rogen has been actively involved in the Angus breed on a state and national level. He served three terms as the South Dakota Junior Angus Association’s (SDJAA) president as well as serving as secretary and treasurer. He represented South Dakota as a two-time voting delegate at NJAS along with participating in the Certified Angus Beef (CAB) Cook-off, public speaking contests, livestock judging and the mentor program. Rogen also started the tradition of using a web-cam service to capture highlights of NJAS for people who couldn’t make it to the show to check out online.

The 2008 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) was held July 13-19, 2008 in Des Moines, IA. For many, this meant dreams came true as champions were named, excellent showmen were recognized and contest results were announced at the Friday banquet.

For one South Dakota youth, a lifetime of dreaming turned into reality. Andrew Rogen of Brandon, SD was named to the 2008 National Junior Angus Association Board of Directors.

This dream didn’t come true without a lot of hard work. Rogen has been actively involved in the Angus breed on a state and national level. He served three terms as the South Dakota Junior Angus Association’s (SDJAA) president as well as serving as secretary and treasurer. He represented South Dakota as a two-time voting delegate at NJAS along with participating in the Certified Angus Beef (CAB) Cook-off, public speaking contests, livestock judging and the mentor program. Rogen also started the tradition of using a web-cam service to capture highlights of NJAS for people who couldn’t make it to the show to check out online.