KAA Annual Meeting, Banquet & Junior Show
January 25-26, Hutchinson
The Ks Angus Association Annual Meeting, Banquet and Futurity Junior Show is scheduled for January 25-26, 2020 in Hutchinson . The KAA annual meeting and educational presentations are on Saturday, January 26 at the Kansas State Fairgrounds .The annual banquet which will include a social hour, the Kansas Angus Auxiliary scholarship auction, honorary member induction, KAA Directory page auction and Miss Kansas Angus crowning will be in the Cottonwood Court building on the fairgrounds later on Saturday evening. Banquet reservations-by Jan. 15. The junior show will be on Sunday, January 26 at the Fairgrounds, Entry deadline is January 10.- jr show entry form. Hotel blocks are at the Fairfield Inn and Suites. Group rate $110 plus tax, book by Jan.13 .(620-259-8787) and the Comfort Inn & Suites, Group rate $74.95 plus tax, book by Jan.11 (620-669-5200). Ask for Ks Angus Association rate.
KAA to Award Scholarships to Young Angus Producer
Application deadline is January 2, 2020
The Kansas Angus Association board of directors are excited to announce that the KAA will award a $500 scholarship to one young college-age Kansas Angus producer. The scholarship winner will be announced during the KAA annual banquet on January 25, 2020 in Hutchinson. . The application deadline is January 2, 2020 applicants will be required to submit an online application and essay. Eligibility: 1. Applicants must be enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college or technical school for the spring 2019 semester, proof of enrollment required. 2. Applicant’s parents , grandparents or family farm/ranch must be member’s of the Kansas Angus Association.3. Applicant must be currently involved in producing Angus cattle or actively involved in their family's Angus operation. Previous applicants and winners are eligible to apply if they currently meet all criteria. Access the online application here.
The Cattleman's Kind
By Earl Kuhn
Purchase this Print
The Kansas Junior Angus Association is honored to partner with Kansas artist Earl Kuhn to offer this print “The Cattleman’s Kind” for sale. The fine art print is from Kuhn’s original water color painting depicting Angus cows and calves in a south central Kansas pasture.
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