LANSING — The Michigan Corn Growers Association (MCGA) elected a new slate of officers to lead the organization on Tuesday. The following board members were elected to serve two-year terms as officers:
Matthew Frostic from Applegate was elected to serve as President.
Philip Gordon from Saline was elected to serve as Vice President.
Waylon Smolinski from Lachine was elected to serve as Secretary/Treasurer.
Former MCGA President Jason McConnachie from Deckerville will now serve as chairman of the board.
MCGA is a grassroots organization of grower members dedicated to increasing the profitability of corn production. MCGA board members are all corn growers and must be active regular members of MCGA.
— Michigan Corn Growers Association
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