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  • Burn/Pine Bluffs FFA Members Excel at Powell and Casper Judging Contests

    Will Luna Burns High School|Mar 28, 2024

    Powell, WY - The Burns FFA Livestock Team showcased their prowess at the recent judging contests held in Powell and Casper, Wyoming. In the Powell competition, the team secured an impressive 2nd place finish, demonstrating their dedication and skill in livestock evaluation. Leading the charge was Blair Sanchez, whose exceptional performance earned her a 4th place overall finish. Sanchez's proficiency was evident as she clinched 2nd place in reasons, 2nd in swine, and 4th in sheep categories,...

  • Burns FFA participates with Cheyenne Frontier Days Challege Rodeo

    Will Luna Burns High School|Aug 3, 2023

    The Western spirit was alive and well on the arena floor during Cheyenne Frontier Days, but one event stuck out a bit more for the Burns FFA Chapter. This year, the Burns FFA Officer Team had a truly unique CFD experience. This year the group of students donated their time to the CFD Challenge Rodeo, an event put on by CFD volunteers and partners for students with special needs. This amazing two-day event held during the rodeo pre-show takes students with special needs and pairs them with a...

  • Burns FFA inspired by injured barrel racer Amberley Snyder

    Will Luna Burns High School|Nov 24, 2022

    Amberley Snyder never imagined her life turning out quite like it did. On January 10th, 2010 the former Utah State FFA President and Little Britches Rodeo Champion was on her way to the Denver Stock Show and Rodeo. As she was passing through Sinclair, WY she took a look down at her map. After only seconds she looked up and realized she had faded into the other lane, headed towards a metal beam. In an effort to get back in her lane, Amberley over-corrected. Her truck slid off the road and rolled...

  • Burns FFA competes at LCCC in the Fourth Annual Welding Competition

    Will Luna Burns High School|Nov 24, 2022

    High school students from all over the region geared up for the fourth annual Steel Day welding competition as part of a collaboration between Laramie County Community College, Puma Steel and American Institute of Steel Construction. The 2022 competition was the largest yet, with more competitors and more money in scholarships and prizes available than in previous years. The qualifying round took place from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Oct. 20 at LCCC's welding lab with the top 20 high school students...