Frazee man elected MDHA state secretary
Mark Strege, of Frazee, has been elected to the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association’s Executive Committee. He will take on the task of state secretary.
“I am honored to be elected state secretary and to be given the trust of MDHA’s membership. I know it will be hard work, but it will also be rewarding,” Strege said in a press release.
A grass roots, state-wide, nonprofit conservation organization, MDHA has a membership of approximately 15,000, young and old, and is the largest state conservation organization in Minnesota.
MDHA’s state headquarters is located in Grand Rapids, and 63 chapters are spread throughout the state. These chapters are divided regionally into 12 geographic areas. A regional director is assigned to each region in order to represent and communicate the thoughts and concerns of hunters in their specific area to MDHA’s staff, board of directors, and local and state-level politicians.
Within MDHA’s mission of “Working for tomorrow’s wildlife and hunters today through education, habitat and legislation,” Strege and the new regional directors will continue the legacy of leadership and representation that MDHA has established on behalf of its members and Minnesota’s overall deer hunter population.
To find out more about MDHA, call 800-450-3337 or visit www.mndeerhunters.com.