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Barn Media 2-8-12: NJC’s College Goal Day & a New President

Brian Allmer

Brian Allmer, Barn Media Podcast Producer

The annual College Goal Sunday event, a day when families can receive free professional guidance on how to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Air (FAFSA) is scheduled for Sunday, February 12th at Northeastern Junior College. The service will be offered from 2 to 4 p.m. with representatives from the admissions and financial aid areas offering the complimentary service to area families. It does not matter which college you plan to attend, the NJC personnel will help you regardless. You’ll find the College Goal help in Phillips Whyman Hall on campus this Sunday afternoon. Also in NJC News… Jay Lee, current vice-president for Instruction at North Idaho College has recently been appointed president of Northeastern Junior College (NJC) in Sterling, Colorado by Dr. Nancy McCallin, president of the Colorado Community College System (CCCS)….

Brian Allmer has been in agriculture broadcasting since 2005, and has lived in Northeastern Colorado his entire life. Allmer is dedicated to covering the agriculture issues that those involved in agriculture face today in the United States and in Colorado.

“The BARN’s mission is to provide accurate and factual information pertaining to any ag issue facing producers and agriculture entrepreneurs and then let the listener or webpage visitor make up their own minds based on the facts on the discussions presented to them.”

The BARN and Brian Allmer are a proud member of the NAFB -The National Association of Farm Broadcasters (NAFB Broadcast Member 2006 – Present)

Allmer currently lives on a working family farm and ranch in Northeastern Colorado, with his two children, Samantha and TJ and his lovely wife, Connie. Allmer’s lifelong goal is to promote agriculture in a positive way and to shine the light along that journey on the hard-working young women and men involved in the FFA and in 4-H.