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Willmar foundation elects board members

WILLMAR -- Willmar Area Community Foundation has elected and re=elected members to its board of directors. Ron Holmgren will be serving his first term on the board, while the Rev. Jon Dahl and Heather Thompson were elected to the board for their ...

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WILLMAR - Willmar Area Community Foundation has elected and re=elected members to its board of directors.

Ron Holmgren will be serving his first term on the board, while the Rev. Jon Dahl and Heather Thompson were elected to the board for their second term.

Fellow board member Sarah Klassen was elected chairwoman of the board of directors. Dahl will serve as vice chair and Thompson was elected to the secretary post.

The Foundation's board of directors governs the foundation, as well as conducts marketing and development activities, approves grants and works with the community.

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