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January 28, 2022 From the President's Desk

At the last regular board meeting of the Sandhills Cattle Association, one of the items on the agenda was suggestions for new board members for the upcoming term.

Successful organizations need leaders at all levels. Leadership and discussion among peers are very crucial to the success of the organization. With that being said, there is a need for Sandhills Cattle Association members to step to the plate and become leaders, in the form of board members, that will help advance our organization into the future!

By becoming a board member, you help strengthen the association, provide vision, guide its members on achieving its goals, and inspire and motivate its members and teams. Board members help coordinate the individual members toward positive experiences and advancements in the association that reflect the member's individual business and the cattle industry.

The Sandhills Cattle Association has been in existence for 83 years. The association has proven to be 83 years strong and continues to this day to thrive. Through its years, the members have worked together on all

levels of membership to continue to excel in providing good education and unifying its members and its purpose of benefiting the cattle industry members and working to strengthen the SCA's integrity and success.

Some great people reside in the Sandhills of Nebraska, and the cattle ranchers that raise cattle within this area take great pride in their herd and the cattle they produce and sell. The SCA helps promote and advertise the great cattle that the Sandhills ranchers have to offer the rest of the midwest. Being elected to the board is a great way to show your pride in our Sandhills roots and in our association.

Take that step and join the like-minded members of the SCA by accepting a board member position and working together to unite members and guide the association to achieving its goals and keeping the SCA a thriving, successful organization.

With great pride, I salute the Sandhills Cattle Association! 83 years strong!

Ryan Adamson

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