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Kansas corn, sorghum groups boost outreach efforts with new staff member

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DeEtta Bohling from Greenfield, Iowa recently joined the Kansas Corn Growers Association and Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Association as communications and marketing associate. The associations represent Kansas sorghum and corn producers in legislative and regulatory issues.

"Our goal was to find a person who could help us beef up our communications efforts while boosting our association's internet presence, especially in social media," according to KCGA/KGSPA Director of Communications Sue Schulte. "DeEtta is a great fit and brings a lot of enthusiasm and knowledge in these areas."

Bohling is a 2009 graduate from Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Here she received her bachelor of arts degree in communication arts with an emphasis in public relations. She received a minor in business administration and a leadership education program certificate.

Bohling has been an active member of 4-H, FFA, Adair County Youth Action Committee, Friends of the Library, Wartburg College Student Senate, Entertainment ToKnight, the Volunteer Action Center, Tower Agency Public Relations, Wartburg Television, and served as an ambassador for Wartburg College.

In 2003, Bohling received the Iowa Governor's Youth Leadership Award. In 2004 she was inducted into the Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame and in 2007 she was awarded with a Wartburg College Nobility Award for her service and leadership.

Before joining the Kansas corn and sorghum associations, Bohling was the Marketing and Social Networking intern for the Iowa 4-H Foundation in Ames, Iowa.



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