100th Little "I" Alumni Events
Little International Centennial Social
Date/Time – Saturday, April 1st, 2023, 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Place – Ag Heritage Museum
Description – The Alumni Social will be a combination of three different events from previous years. This year, we will be combining the Alumni Social, the Sponsorship Luncheon, and the Honored Agriculturalist Reception into one event.
Alumni Round Robin
Date/Time – Saturday, April 1st, 2023, 7:15 pm (Right after Dairy finals and before Lamb Lead)
Place – Animal Science Arena
Description – We have reached out to all past round-robin Champion and Reserve Champion winners from 1990-2020 to see if they would like to participate. We are accepting the first 12 alumni that were invited to participate. If we do not get 12 participants, we will open registration up to more than just past round-robin winners. Round Robin Contestants will use livestock that is already been shown. Participants will take part in showing all 6 species and the contest will be run the same as the Collegiate Round Robin Competition.
Sign-up - Email [email protected] or [email protected]
Alumni High Point Contest
Date/Time – The whole week leading up to the contest on an online google classroom form. Friday night and Saturday morning in an in-person form
Place – Remote and Animal Science Complex
Description – The Alumni High Point Contest will be an exam consisting of multiple contests in one written exam. This exam will be available online the week leading up to little I for people to complete. If participants would like to take the exam in person, there will be an option to do so - more details coming soon. Placings will be decided on the overall exam score and winners will be announced during the awards presentation on Saturday, April 1st. See page 44 of rulebook for more information.
Date/Time – Saturday, April 1st, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Place – AS 126
Description – The Chili Cookoff will be from 12 - 1 pm on Saturday, April 1st. There will be three categories for the contest collegiate, community, and club. The Collegiate Contest will consist of any college student that would like to enter a chili. The Community Contest will be for anyone that would like to enter a chili. The Club Contest is open to any SDSU club that would like to enter a chili - this will not be for any points towards the highpoint club. The contestants will bring in a pot of their chili and set it up in their designated spot. The chili must be prepared on arrival. The judging will be done in a people's choice fashion. Anyone is welcome to come and eat the chili. For people coming to eat the chili, they will pay 5 dollars and get to sample as many chilis as they wish. They will receive three different tickets (one for each category) and place the ticket in whichever person's chili they liked the best. The tickets will determine the winner. The winners of each category will receive a cash prize.
Contact Linsey Vander Wal for registration information - [email protected]