Tuesday, January 31st, 2023
Tuesday, January 31st, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Grand Rapids, Minn. Corey Class, the Minnesota Deer Hunter’s Association operations manager and wildlife biologist, has accepted a position with the Idaho Game and Fish Department. Class, 27, will mark his last day at MDHA in late June, before heading we

Class has been with MDHA since late 2001. During that time, he
worked on a number of issues, including helping to organize a CWD
Symposium that MDHA hosted last year. Recently married, Class
called the Idaho job “an opportunity to deal directly with the
resource, and I’ve always wanted to work out west.”

Mark Johnson, MDHA president, said the organization would miss
Class but fully intends to fill the biologist/operations manager
position. “We’ve been extremely pleased with Corey and thoroughly
enjoyed the time he’s been with us. He’s been a great asset, and we
wish him luck in this new endeavor.”

The Grand Rapids-based organization is taking applications to
fill the operations manager/biologist position. For more
information, call MDHA at (218) 327-1103, or check it out at Rob
Drieslein

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