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2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference
Raleigh, North Carolina
Show Dates: 08/03/17 - 08/06/17
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Virginia

These junior Angus members represented Virginia at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured front row from left are Lauren Beasley, Bluemont; Gordon Clark, Gretna; and Jake Snyder, Vesuvius. Back row from left are Mark Alexander, Berryville; Catie Hope, Berryville; and Zach McCall, Greenville. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Washington

Cassandra Garcia, Renton, represented Washington at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

Wisconsin

These junior Angus members represented Wisconsin at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. Pictured from left are Samantha Hilleshiem, Richland Center; Kolin Huth, Richland Center; and Bree Gaffney, Barneveld. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.

West Virginia

Natalie Phillips, Masontown, left; and Reese Tuckwiller, Lewisburg, right, represented West Virginia at the 2017 LEAD (Leaders Engaged in Angus Development) Conference, Aug. 3-6 in Raleigh, N.C. A total of 146 juniors from 27 states and Canada attended the conference, “Navigating North Carolina,” where they enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while learning more about the beef industry. Photo by JD Rosman, American Angus Association.