National Board Biographies

 

Keegan Blehm, President

Keegan and his family run C2 Charolais in La Rivière, MB. Keegan has been actively involved in 4-H and showing cattle for 11 years, and has attended 5 CCYA conferences to date. This is his fourth year on the National Board. Keegan is currently in his third year at Brandon University taking his Bachelor of Science degree. He enjoys hockey, baseball and showing cattle.


Reegan McLeod, Vice President

Reegan McLeod is from Claresholm, Alberta where her and her family grain farm and raise purebred Charolais cattle. She has been actively involved in 4-H and showing cattle for 9 years. She is currently a student at the University of Saskatchewan taking her Bachelor of Science degree. She is looking forward to representing Alberta on the National Board.


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Haley Rosso, Secretary

Haley Rosso is from Moose Jaw, SK where her family has about a 250 purebred and commercial Charolais cattle herd, Rosso Charolais. She is currently working on her Education Degree at Medicine Hat College. Haley has been a member of the CCYA since 2011. This is her first year on the National Board and as well as being the secretary..


Tyson Black, Treasurer

Tyson Black is from Foresters Falls, Ontario. He farms with his parents under the name of Blackbern Farm. Tyson attends Grade 12 at Opeongo High School and plans on going to Lakeland College in Vermillion when he graduates. Since 2009, Tyson has attended the CCYA conference each year. Tyson enjoys farming, 4H and playing hockey.


Calina Evans, Saskatchewan Director

Calina is from Kenaston, SK and grew up on her family farm, Horseshoe E Charolais. She is starting her first year of nursing in Saskatoon this fall. Calina has attended 13 CCYA conferences, and enjoys being involved in the cattle industry, showing at a variety of junior shows. She is excited for her new role on the CCYA National Board.


Bradley Fergus, Ontario Director

Bradley Fergus is from Orangeville, Ontario. This is his second year as an Ontario director for the Canadian Charolais Youth Association. Brad and his family have 30 purebred Charolais cows, Fergus Family Charolais. He shows cattle at many different local fairs and the Royal agricultural winter fair and junior shows. Brad is currently enrolled in an agricultural diploma program at the University of Guelph. He enjoys being involved in the Charolais breed and encourages many different cattle farmers to be involved in the breed as well. Brad enjoys helping out and being part of the Canadian Charolais Youth Association.

 


Megan Perih, Manitoba Director

Megan Perih is from Dauphin, MB where she helps her family grain farm and raise commercial Charolais. She has been apart of 4-H for fours years and takes a huge interest in the cattle industry. She has attended two CCYA conferences and this is her first year being a part of the National Board. Megan is enrolled in the Veterinarian Technology program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic College in Saskatoon.

 


Evan Jamieson- Alberta Director

Evan was raised on a farm just south east of Calgary where his family has a commercial operation and small purebred herd of Charolais cattle. He has been involved in 4-H and junior shows since he was nine, and he has attended 3 CCYA conferences. He is currently attending the university of Calgary for a degree in marketing and is very excited for the opportunity to be on the National Board.

 


Shae-Lynn Evans, Youth Coordinator

Shae-Lynn grew up on the family farm, Horseshoe E Charolais, at Kenaston, Sk. She is now a Registered Nurse working out of Saskatoon, and remains involved in her family’s purebred Charolais operation. Shae-Lynn has been involved in the CCYA program for 16 years and is excited to remain involved with such an outstanding program.