Sunday, January 24, 2021

MWA - Letter to the Governor and Call to Action

Today, the Michigan Wrestling Association sent a letter to Governor Whitmer, the Michigan Department of Health, and other members of state leadership asking for interscholastic wrestling to be allowed to begin on February 1st in Michigan. If you support our message, we are asking for your help in advocating for all our student-athletes and coaches.
You can make a difference by doing the following:
  • Forward this message to the families of the student-athletes in your program and ask them to consider sharing it as well.
  • Contact Michigan state senators and representatives to support the push to provide our student-athletes and coaches with an opportunity to have a season this school year. Please share with them your thoughts and concerns while advocating for the young people in our state. Feel free to share our letter with them as well.

For the MDHHS, the contact email for Dr. Kalhdun is:

Link to contact Governor:

Michigan State Senators

Michigan House of Representatives

House Republicans - find your rep

Thank you, the wonderful sport of wrestling along with the opportunities that our student-athletes have in our state are not at all possible without you and the time and energy you put in.

MWA Executive Board and Regional Representatives 
RJ Boudro, MWA President                   Brad Anderson , West Region Representative
Ryan Gritter , Vice President                 Brian Martel , Central Region Representative
Tim Jones , Secretary                            Greg Mayer , East Region Representative
Doug Baird , Treasurer                           Bill Polk , Metro Region Representative
Chris Dunham , Membership Chair        Jaime Smith , North Region Representative
Casey Randolph , Member-at-Large      Matt Bishop , Tri-Cities Region Representative

 

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