July 18, 2012
Sterling, CO--During the 43rd Annual Ag and Tech Awards banquet held at the end of the school year at Northeastern Junior College, a number of students from all over the state received recognition. The event was attended by more than 200 agriculture students, faculty, staff and special guests who were on hand to honor those who received awards. A special guest at the banquet was Jack Annan who has attended 41 of the 43 award banquets held. Annan worked for many years as an admissions counselor at Northeastern and is currently the executive director of the college’s alumni association.
Each year the agriculture and at the top academically in their specific program of study or extracurricular endeavors technical education department recognizes students for earning scholarship awards and for being.
Among those receiving awards in 2012 were Meghan Flavin of Evergreen, CO who was named the Equine Student of the Year. Flavin completed a two year equine management program at NJC and graduated with an associate’s of applied science degree this past May.
Sponsors of this year’s banquet included: Cargill, Colorado Community Bank, Northeast Agri-Services and Sonnenberg Agency.
Northeastern Junior College is the largest residential two-year college in Colorado. It offers a comprehensive agriculture curriculum in career, technical and transfer degree programs and is considered one of the largest ag schools in this region.
Meghan Flavin (left) of Evergreen, CO accepts the 2012 Equine Student of the Year from NJC equine professor Cole Briggs (right). Courtesy Photo