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JINDIANA CORN Marketing Council CORN FARMER LEADERS: Petition Now to Serve on the Board of Directors of the Indiana Corn Marketing Council. Opportunities for You to Serve. Represent your district. The Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC) is seeking Indiana com producers interested in serving on its board of directors. The ICMC manages corn checkoff investments and determines promotional, educational and research activities that can strengthen Indiana's corn industry. The ICMC board includes 17 voting farmer-directors. Five seats - in Districts 2, 5. 8 and two At-Large - will be filled through the ICMC's Annual Elections in August 9-13. 2021. District 2. The counties of Elkhart, St. Joseph, Marshall, Kosciusko, Fulton, Wabash, Miami. Cass and Carroll. District 5. The counties of Grant, Howard. Tipton. Clinton, Madison, Hamilton, Boone, Hancock, Marion, Hendricks, Morgan. Johnson, Shelby. Rush, Bartholomewand Decatur. District 8. The counties of Monroe, Brown, Jackson, Lawrence. Orange. Washington, Crawford, Harrison, Floyd and Perry. At Large. All of Indiana. Candidates for the ICMC board of directors are required to be registered voters, at least 18 years of age, com producers in Indiana, and have an assessment on corn during the previous two years. To be a candidate, you need to fill out and sign a petition form. It is available at County Extension offices, at www.incorn.org/elections, or by calling the Indiana Corn office at 1-800-735-0195. 8. Petitions must be returned to the ICMC office and postmarked before June 1, 2021. This is an exciting time to become more involved with a dynamic organization as the Indiana Com Marketing Council continues to move forward to responsibly invest state checkoff in programs that will improve the bottom line for Indiana corn producers. The focus for our organization going forward will be on Grain Marketing. Ethanol, Production and Environment Research, Public Affairs, Livestock, and New Uses. Please call the corn office for additional information, 1-800-735-0195. CHECKOFF INVESTMENT Funded with Indiana corn checkoff dollars. JINDIANA CORN Marketing Council CORN FARMER LEADERS: Petition Now to Serve on the Board of Directors of the Indiana Corn Marketing Council. Opportunities for You to Serve. Represent your district. The Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC) is seeking Indiana com producers interested in serving on its board of directors. The ICMC manages corn checkoff investments and determines promotional, educational and research activities that can strengthen Indiana's corn industry. The ICMC board includes 17 voting farmer-directors. Five seats - in Districts 2, 5. 8 and two At-Large - will be filled through the ICMC's Annual Elections in August 9-13. 2021. District 2. The counties of Elkhart, St. Joseph, Marshall, Kosciusko, Fulton, Wabash, Miami. Cass and Carroll. District 5. The counties of Grant, Howard. Tipton. Clinton, Madison, Hamilton, Boone, Hancock, Marion, Hendricks, Morgan. Johnson, Shelby. Rush, Bartholomewand Decatur. District 8. The counties of Monroe, Brown, Jackson, Lawrence. Orange. Washington, Crawford, Harrison, Floyd and Perry. At Large. All of Indiana. Candidates for the ICMC board of directors are required to be registered voters, at least 18 years of age, com producers in Indiana, and have an assessment on corn during the previous two years. To be a candidate, you need to fill out and sign a petition form. It is available at County Extension offices, at www.incorn.org/elections, or by calling the Indiana Corn office at 1-800-735-0195. 8. Petitions must be returned to the ICMC office and postmarked before June 1, 2021. This is an exciting time to become more involved with a dynamic organization as the Indiana Com Marketing Council continues to move forward to responsibly invest state checkoff in programs that will improve the bottom line for Indiana corn producers. The focus for our organization going forward will be on Grain Marketing. Ethanol, Production and Environment Research, Public Affairs, Livestock, and New Uses. Please call the corn office for additional information, 1-800-735-0195. CHECKOFF INVESTMENT Funded with Indiana corn checkoff dollars.