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Nolting to leave United Way for West Central Industries

WILLMAR -- Renee Nolting will leave her position as executive director of the United Way of West Central Minnesota at the end of this year to take the position of executive director of West Central Industries.

WILLMAR - Renee Nolting will leave her position as executive director of the United Way of West Central Minnesota at the end of this year to take the position of executive director of West Central Industries.
James Miller, United Way of West Central Minnesota marketing and communications director, said Tuesday that Nolting will stay with United Way through Dec. 31 and will begin her new duties on Jan. 5.
Nolting has been in her current position with United Way of West Central Minnesota for a little over three years.
Until a new executive director is found, Teresa Winzenburg, finance director of United Way of West Central Minnesota, will be the agency’s interim director, according to Miller.
He said an official announcement is planned for later this week.
West Central Industries provides employment training and related services to people with disabilities in west central Minnesota.

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