President: Kelly Muzyka

My name is Kelly Muzyka and I am the President for the 2017/2018 year.  I am currently in the 4th year of my BSc in Agriculture, majoring in crop science.  I come from a grain farm north east of Edmonton (yes, probably the only farmer in Alberta without cows).  My love for plants and the agriculture industry is what brought me to become an Aggie.  Being a part of Ag Club for the past three years has not only provided me with great experiences, but unforgettable memories and even better friendships.  I’m very excited for another year with old friends and new!  If you have questions about joining the club, feel free to email me at knmuzyka@ualberta.ca! Lets make this year one for the books!

Vice President Social: Brandi Kobes

My name is Brandi Kobes and I am this year’s VP Social for the aggies. I am in my fourth year of Human Ecology in the faculty of ALES. I grew up in the small town of Edam, Saskatchewan with a beef farm about 8 miles west. Growing up I was an active member in the Edam West 4H Beef Club, numerous school sports and the student council. I am now a proud UofA Aggie, Ceres sister and full time procrastinator. Cheers to another great year with the Aggies!  Feel free to contact me via email bkobes@ualberta.ca or throw me a text 639-840-0585

Vice President Academic: Jaymie Thompson

I’m Jaymie Thompson, and I’ll be the Vice President Academic for the 2017/2018 year!  I’m in my 4th year of my BSc in Agriculture, and I am majoring in Animal Science.  This is my 3rd year with Ag club, and I could not be more excited to get this year going!  I grew up on a small hobby farm on Sumas Mountain in Abbotsford, BC with my parents and my sister.  We are pretty active in the cattle industry, and love to hit the show circuit every chance we get!  If you have any questions about Ag Club, feel free to contact me via email jaymie1@ualberta.ca.  Looking forward to a great year!

Vice President External: Brandon Douglas

My name is Brandon Douglas and I am currently in my 5th (and hopefully final) year of study for my Bachelor of Arts majoring in Economics. This is also my 5th year as a member of the Agriculture Club as well as being a member of FarmHouse Fraternity since 2013 where I also serve an executive position as President. I grew up near Delburne, AB on a dairy/beef/grain farm with my parents and three sisters. I enjoy long walks on the beach, deep conversations, just sending it, and spreading the gospel of Saturdays being for the boys. I proudly self-identify as a beauty so you don’t have to worry about being offensive by assuming how I choose to be viewed by society. If you have any questions about what we are about here in the Ag Club please feel free to ask! We would love to enlighten you!

Public Relations: Ryan McLaughlin

Secretary: Cassidy Yasinkski

I grew up in the small town of Manning, Alberta.  I am now in my third year of my Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education combined degree.  This will be my second year in Ag Club and I currently hold the position of Secretary on the club executive.  If my second year is even half as good as my first, I know this year with Ag Club will be another one to remember!

Treasurer: Kara Doerksen

I’m Kara Doerksen and the treasurer for Ag Club this year! I’m in the last year of my BSc decree, majoring in Crop Science.  I grew up on a farm along with my two sisters in the wonderful hamlet of Gem, Alberta.  My family raises purebred and commercial cattle, grows some crops, and runs a small feedlot.  I’m excited to be a part of the Ag Club events again this year, including Aggies intramural sports and especially Bar None!

Men’s Sports: Wayne Siegrist

Hey, I’m Wayne Kevin Siegrist and I will be running Ag Club’s men’s sports this year.  I was born and raised near Leslieville, Alberta and will be completing my last year of university in my Bachelor of Science, majoring in Earth Science and minoring Biology.  I’ve been with the Ag Club for 3 years now.  I like long walks on the beach, strawberry daiquiris and competing in intramural sports so if any of those interest you, feel free to contact me through email at siegrist@ualberta.ca or in person.  Hopefully you have a great school year and we’ll see you playing on some Ag Club intramural teams!

Women’s Sports: Genna Friend

My name is Genna Friend and I am this year’s Ladies Sports Rep.  I am going into my second year of the general BSc program and also my second year of Ag Club.  I was raised on a small beef and grain farm right outside of Rosalind, Alberta and helped out on the farm wherever I was needed.  I was involved in many sports growing up including volleyball, fastball, badminton, and dance.  For sports this year I am hoping to include as many people as possible and provide a variety of sports for our members to choose from. So if you want to have a super fun, successful and high quality intramural sports experience, Ag Club is the place for you!

Fourth Year Representative: Jenna Vergouwen

I’m Jenna Vergouwen and I am the 4th Year Rep for Ag Club this year! I am from a mixed farm in southern Alberta where we raise everything from cows, to chickens and everything in between.  This will be my fourth year of my BSc in Agriculture, and most importantly, my second as an Aggie! Can’t wait to see what this year holds 🙂

Third Year Representative: Daniel Pucko

Second Year Representative: Brittany Brezinski

First Year Representative: Matthew McGillivray

Bar None Directors:

Rachael Melenka

I’m Rachael Melenka and one of the Bar None Directors for Ag Club this year!  I’m in my 4th year of an Environmental and Conservation Science degree and majoring in Land Reclamation.  I was born and raised on a mixed farm north of Vegreville, AB.  You can find me looking at plants, hittin’ up the D-floor, or eating perogies (duh).  Looking forward to another great year!

Jorn Peeters

Hey everyone! My name is Jorn Peeters and I’m a Bar None Director for 2017.  I’m in my third year at the University of Alberta, studying Agricultural Business Management.  I’m from a dairy farm near Calmar, Alberta, which is roughly 50km southwest of Edmonton. My farming background and passion for agriculture is what brought me to the club.  I’m really looking forward to meeting some new faces this year!  If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask me in person or email me at peeters@ualberta.ca.  Lets make this a year you’ll never forget!  See you at Bar None!

Graydon Garner

Hey folks!  My name is Graydon Garner and I have the pleasure of working alongside Jorn and Rachael as Bar None Directors for our big event this coming November.  I hair from the southwest corner of the province, raised in a family of working ranch horse breeders.  I’m in my fourth year of a conservation biology degree, and have come to see the Aggies as my second family.  I’m also the VP Recruitment of the UofA chapter of Farmhouse Fraternity.



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