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Dollars for Scholars elects officers

Officers have been elected to lead the 2004-05 Fargo Area Dollars for Scholars program. Jan Johnson was re-elected president of the board of directors, and Ann McConn was elected vice president. Johnson, Fargo, has been a controller and human res...

Officers have been elected to lead the 2004-05 Fargo Area Dollars for Scholars program.

Jan Johnson was re-elected president of the board of directors, and Ann McConn was elected vice president.

Johnson, Fargo, has been a controller and human resources director for Dawson Insurance Agency. She has been with the program since 1999.

McConn, Fargo, is president of Alerus Financial, Fargo. McConn joined the board of directors in 1999.

Officers appointed by the board are Scott Selzler, treasurer, First International Bank and Trust, and Erica Wilson, secretary, Dawson Insurance Agency. People elected to the board of directors are Pat Nolte, Fargo's Border States Electric, and Telly Meier, Nilles, Hansen & Davies Law Firm, Fargo.

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Student representatives include: Danielle Jermyn, Fargo North High School; Janelle Holter, Fargo South High School; Kayla Frappier, Oak Grove Lutheran High School; and Matt McManus, Tessa Sargent and Andrew Fritz, all Shanley High School.

Dollars for Scholars is a volunteer organization that seeks to raise funds and award scholarships to graduates of the five Fargo high schools.

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