Little Royal starts with Ag-citing and other events March 13
A revived tradition continues, and grows. Little Royal has its roots in the late 1920s as a showcase for student activities. Add in a rodeo and an ag sciences info day, plus a whole lot more and you have Little Royal 2015.
International Development program impresses student
Adrianna Hansen found a real practical, hands-on international development
education at Lakeland that will continue with her internship in Peru.
In other news...
Interim president Alice Wainwright-Stewart encourages staff to participate at this week's senior leadership team's travelling roadshows
starting later this morning.
Band in the Sand is more than a concert, it's a hands-on learning experience for agribusiness students
2nd year real estate appraisal & assessment students used Valentine's as a fundraiser for their class trip to Thailand
14 apprenticeship students at Lakeland won $1,000 Apprenticeship & Industrial Training Scholarships
Jake Vermeer is all about dairy, so it's not surprising a new Alberta Milk production
Enviro-nerd (her description) Kylie Garchinski, a wildlife and fisheries grad, spent last summer as an intern and natural areas assistant
with the Nature Conservancy of Canada in southwestern Saskatchewan.
Lakeland is hosting the futsal provincials this weekend in the Lloydminster gym. Come and see the fast and furious game. Women play their first game 3:30 on Friday and men at 6:15 pm.
Veteran Mariah Van't Hof
scored a career high and was the MVP at her final home game earlier this month. Now she'll lead the women's basketball team into provincials this weekend in Edmonton. The men are at Keyano in Fort
McMurray. Games can be found on sportscanada.tv/acac
4 women and 1 man were named to ACAC north division volleyball all-star teams
at the provincial championships. The men didn't make the playoffs and the women settled for 6th place after qualifying 2nd in the north division.