We are defending our title on Wednesday! Come and support those participating, enjoy some great pizza and feast on plant knowledge!
Sis. Romney is throwing a bridal shower for Sis. Bass on Wednesday, March 31. All GIRLS are invited to come. It will be held at the Romney residence. For complete information, check out the invitation below. Make sure you RSVP!
WEST PINEY HORTICULTURE CLOSING SOCIAL
Information to consider:
Will you be taking your own vehicle or need a ride? (The department will be renting vans)
Are you staying the night? If so, will you have children staying the night with you.
Need to Bring:
Overnight clothing and tolietries
Bedding (sleeping bags, pillows, blankets, etc.)
Dinner and breakfast will be provided
Directions to West Piney:
Schedule for this weekend:
Dinner at 7:30pm up at West Piney
Awards Ceremony and Slideshow at 8:30pm
We will be honoring the W/S/F Graduates for 2010 with a Pinning Ceremony
Games and activities from 9:00 on.
There will be a boy room, and a girl room, and then a mothers with children room.
Teachers will be in separate rooms with their families.
Breakfast at 9:00am
Check out at 12:00pm
*You may leave at any time. You don't have to spend the night.
Joe Kamps receives the academic United States Bowling Congress Scholarship for his achievement and skills in competitive Bowling. Congratulations Joe!!!!
Sister Bass had the opportunity to attend a convention hosted by J Schwanke. She is pictured here with J, and two alumni, Katie Larsen and Crystal Lyman. They all had a great time and saw some amazing design work.
Valley Crest will be hosting a pizza party for all horticulture students on Wednesday, March 3rd, at 5:00pm in Benson 232! Come and enjoy some great pizza while you network and meet one of the premier horticulture companies in the nation!
Our aim for the Department of Horticulture at Brigham Young University-Idaho is to nurture understanding of both the art and science of Horticulture. Students learn experimentally in the classroom, laboratory, greenhouse, and ten acre Thomas E. Ricks demonstration garden as they pursue an Associates or Bachelors Degree. Using the medium of plants, students develop habits of hard work, enlightened minds, and healthy living that assist in gainful employment opportunitues.