BLOOMGINGTON -- Lake Land College agriculture students recently attended the conference and competition of the Post-Secondary Agriculture Student Organization (PAS) in Bloomington on Nov. 3.
Two-hundred and fifty students representing eight colleges from across Illinois competed in various areas of agriculture specialization. Illinois PAS Organization is part of a nationwide PAS group known as a career and technical agriculture student organization for the promotion of skills, leadership and education in agriculture.
2017-2018 LAKE LAND COLLEGE PAS STUDENTS
Wyatt Claire, first place individual, first place team, Watseka.
Bryce Gullidge, first place individual, first place team, Louisville.
Justin Johnson, third place individual, first place team, Bloomington.
Micah Smock, first place individual, first place team, Jackson Center, Ohio
Brandon Stickler, first place individual, first place team, Pleasant Plains.
Maddie Fugate, team member, Mahomet.
Gretchen Macklin, first place individual, first place team, Findlay.
Kathryn Helmink, second place individual, first place team, Montrose.
Parker VanDyke, second place team, Louisville.
Colin Deno, second place team, Danville, Ind.
Maddie Fugate, third place individual, Mahomet.
Maddie Fugate, first place individual, Mahomet.
Christina Quance, first place individual, second place team, Beecher City.
Jake Parsley second place individual, second place team, Mattoon.
The Lake Land College Agriculture Division offers 12 majors that prepare students to enter the workforce or prepare to transfer to a four-year college. For more information visit lakelandcollege.edu.