Earl seeks WSCC trustee position. 

October 15, 2021

Lyndsay Earl

Earl seeks WSCC trustee position. 

VICTORY TOWNSHIP — The West Shore Community College Board of Trustees is expected to take action on the appointment of Lyndsay Earl of Hamlin Township as a new trustee when it meets on Monday, Oct. 18. 

If appointed, Earl would fill the vacancy left behind by Bruce Smith when he resigned on June 30. 

Earl and her husband, Seth, have two daughters. She graduated from Mason County Central High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness management from Michigan State University. Earl serves on the Michigan Farm Bureau Promotion and Education Committee. In addition, her family owns Stakenas Farms of Free Soil. 

“It is with a passion for this community and a dedication to developing future professionals that I would like to state my interest in serving on West Shore Community College Board of Trustees.” 

The board of trustees executive committee interviewed Earl and is recommending she be appointed. If she is appointed, she will serve until the term ends on Dec. 31, 2022 with the option to seek re-election during the November 2022 general election. 

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