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Angus Foundation News
June 29, 2005

Angus Foundation Earns Awards

The Angus Foundation brought home two awards from the 2005 National Agricultural Alumni and Development Association (NAADA) 30th Annual Conference, June 11-15, in Des Moines, Iowa. The Foundation placed first in the alumni and donor publications category and in the development projects category with its spring 2005 edition of the "Foundations for the Future" newsletter and the "That Old Black Magic" Gala and Auction invitation.

"National recognition of this nature and magnitude bestowed upon the Angus Foundation by its peers from higher education and agricultural industry interests associated with NAADA is very humbling and rewarding," said Milford Jenkins, director of development for the Foundation. "Credit is to be given to Shelia Stannard, Callie Meinhardt and Julie McMahon French for their invaluable assistance in helping the Angus Foundation with these respective communication pieces."

Jenkins says more than 200 people were in attendance at this year’s conference, and competition was entered from various colleges, alumni, student affairs, volunteer programs and other affiliated agricultural organizations throughout the United States.

"The Angus Foundation is tirelessly striving to further expand and enhance its communications with Angus breeders, allied industry interests and friends who financially support the Foundation's education, youth and research programs, and this recognition will encourage us to work even harder toward that objective in the future," Jenkins concluded.

Golf Tournament Nears

Remember, the Angus Foundation is hosting its annual Golf Tournament July 19 in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) in Denver, Colo.

If you would like to play in the tournament or to be a tournament sponsor, please let the Association know by filling out the sign-up form available on the Angus Foundation Web site, www.angusfoundation.org, or by contacting Callie Meinhardt, Angus Foundation assistant, at (816) 383-5132.

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