KLA’S HAGINS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
Members of the Livestock Publications Council (LPC) elected KLA Communications Program Manager Scarlett Hagins as president during the international organization’s annual meeting earlier this week in St. Louis, MO. Hagins will serve the next year as the top volunteer leader for the professional improvement group.
LPC has more than 200 publication and allied company members in the U.S. and Canada. Members deliver information to the livestock industry through magazines, newsletters, websites, social media and other communications vehicles. The Kansas Stockman is a long-time publication member of LPC.
The LPC membership also presented major awards during the meeting to retired Certified Angus Beef (CAB) Vice President of Supply Development Larry Corah and retired BEEF magazine Editor Joe Roybal. Corah, who was a K-State professor of animal science before his 16 years at CAB, was honored as the LPC Headliner Award winner. Roybal was presented the LPC Hall of Fame Award.
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