PULLMAN, Wash. –Twenty-two Washington State University agricultural education majors will be recognized at a farewell banquet on Wednesday, Feb. 3.
This is the last week on campus for senior agricultural education majors who will be starting student teaching assignments.
More than 75 guests, family members and Agricultural Club members are expected to attend the annual banquet at 6 p.m. at Shermer’s Restaurant.
The program will include memories about each senior known as the “senior roast,” along with a slide show and awards.
Three awards will be given at the banquet. The Outstanding Agricultural Club Member is decided by vote of club members. The Outstanding Academic Achievement winner is chosen solely by academic standing. The senior Outstanding Agriculture Education student is selected by the two agricultural education advisors.
“I have never seen a better class of seniors,” said John Grubbs, 1997-98, Agriculture Education Club president and gradating senior. “This class really has a big heart for the future of students. These seniors came from very diverse backgrounds and have always welcomed new changes while working together.”
(NEWS MEDIA: For more information, contact Marvin Kleene, agriculture education academic and club advisor at 335-2846.)
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