Clubwise: Block and Bridle


Club unites ag students, other students with agricultural interests

When: The club meets on the first Thursday of every month.
Who: Anyone who is majoring in agriculture or has a general interest in agriculture regardles of his major.
Fees: A $10 fee pays national Block and Bridle Club fees for four years.
Contact: Ron Pulse, agriculture instructor and Block and Bridle advicor, may be contacted at rpulse@lccc.wy.edu or by phone 307-778-1192.
Officers: Tanner Nauta, president; Ty Walter, vice president; Brandy Brown, treasurer; Chad Briggs, collegiate horseman's representative; Cole Smith, public relations officer; Tycee Mohler, student adviser; Kylie Foster, livestock judging representative; Katelin Malm, livestock show team representative; Joslyn Steele, secretary; Shannon Smith, horese judging represantative; Taylor Hodden, ranch horse team representative.
Purpose: Block and Bridle is a club that brings together students who have an interest in agriculture, like the Student Government Association for the ag department.
FYI:

Coming up, the club will host Wyoming FFA's state convention, Wyoming Rodeo Association rodeo, the Laramie County Community College pig sale and its spring barbecue and awards.

Pulse said he believes Block and Bridle Club is instrumental in reducing the dropout rates among agricultural students by giving them a common goal and constructive activites in which to participate.