Congratulations, Johna Emerick! In 6 short weeks you raised $74,000 for VTC Enterprises! We are honored to have been a part of your experience as an Elks Rodeo Princess this year. What a remarkable young woman you are! What an amazing heart! Our sincere gratitude goes out to you and your dedicated Team Johna.
After choosing VTC as her sponsor during her run for the 2014 Elks Rodeo Queen, Johna stated, “My family has always taught me that giving is better than receiving. Taking part in this event allows me to pay it forward.” And what a gracious family she has too, along with an outstanding team of friends, community members and corporate sponsors who backed her as she drew in support for VTC Enterprises.
Johna, who is 17 and a senior at Righetti High School, is a lifelong resident of the Santa Maria Valley. With a passion for large livestock, she has long participated in 4-H working with both sheep and cattle, and as a teen leader and president of Los Amigos, Johna recently achieved Supreme Grand Champion with her replacement heifer and bull. Her dream is to become a large animal chiropractor.
May your dreams comes true, Johna. VTC Enterprises is deeply proud of OUR Queen and the Elks Rodeo First Runner Up, Johna Emerick.
VTC Enterprises is a Santa Maria based non-profit organization providing
quality products and services to the local business community and training and
employment to people with disabilities since 1962.
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Did you know that VTC?
Employs over 320 capable workers with disABILITIES
Provides quality products & services to over 400 businesses, industries & other customers.
Has served Santa Maria for over 50 years and is one of the largest private employers in Northern Santa Barbara County?
Is committed to service excellence?
Offers supported employment, occupational skills training, work experience, external situational assessment, community based integrated work services, and Quality Life Services?
Serves persons with developmental disabilities and similar limitations who reside in north Santa Barbara County and south San Luis Obispo County, California including the cities of Lompoc, Santa Ynez/Buellton, Guadalupe, Santa Maria, and the Nipomo area?