Congratulations to the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Honorees!

Adult Volunteer Award
Susan Taylor
The Arkansas Angus Association presented Susan Taylor, Lavaca, Ark., left, with the adult volunteer leader award at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Banquet & Awards Ceremony, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Sheri Tunstill is pictured presenting the award. Photo by American Angus Association.
Adult Breeder OTY
The Arkansas Angus Association presented Tim O' Neal, Branch, Ark., left, with its adult breeder of the year award at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Shirley Williams is pictured presenting the award. Photo by American Angus Association.
Heritage Award
Charlene Lewis
The Arkansas Angus Association presented Charlene Lewis, Carlisle, Ark., right, with its Angus Heritage Award at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Banquet & Awards Ceremony, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Darrell Tunstill is pictured presenting the award. Photo by American Angus Association.
Outstanding Service
The Arkansas Angus Association presented Olen Price, Barling, Ark., left, with its outstanding service award at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Darrell Tunstill is pictured presenting the award. Photo by American Angus Association.
Farm Family of the Year Award
The Williams
The Arkansas Angus Association named the Fred and Shirley Williams Family, Fort Smith, Ark., its farm family of the year at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Banquet & Awards Ceremony, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Lawson Hembre IV, is pictured presenting the award. Photo by American Angus Association.

These Outstanding Juniors were honored for their achievements throughout the year.
Bronze and Silver Awards
Paige Tribble, Pocahontas, Ark., left, and Haley Rieff, Bentonville, Ark., right, are pictured receiving their awards from the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. The Bronze and Silver awards are the first two levels of the NJAA recognition program. Youth must apply for the awards, based on their junior Angus activities and leadership involvement. Tribble received her Silver award and Rieff received her Bronze and Silver award. Photo by American Angus Association.
Diamond/Razorback Award
Haley Rieff, Bentonville, Ark., was presented the Arkansas Diamond Award and Razorback Award at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Photo by American Angus Association.
Show Heifer OTY
Jacs Blueblood Sue 3598, owned by Jacy Alsup, Gravette, Ark., left, was named Arkansas Show Heifer of the Year at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Laura Tribble is pictured presenting the award.
Show Bull OTY
XXG Future Direction X34, owned by Chadd Cromer, Lamar, Ark., right, was named Arkansas Show Bull of the Year at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Laura Tribble is pictured presenting the award.
Certificates of Achievement
From left Haley Rieff, Bentonville, Ark.; Paige Tribble, Pocahontas, Ark.; and Katlyn Tunstill, Fayetteville, Ark.; received certificates of achievement at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Photo by American Angus Association.


Miss Arkansas Angus 2006

Angus royalty
Miss Arkansas Angus was crowned at the 2006 Arkansas Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, January 7 in Fort Smith, Ark. Pictured from left includes Haley Rieff, Bentonville, Ark., 2005 Miss Arkansas Angus, and Claire Taylor, Lavaca, Ark., 2006 Miss Arkansas Angus. Photo by American Angus Association.