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Forum seeks volunteers for its Readers Board

The Forum is seeking to fill six seats on its Readers Board, a group of local residents who provides the newspaper with feedback. Members meet monthly to discuss news issues and newspaper policies, suggest story ideas, and debate ethical situatio...

The Forum is seeking to fill six seats on its Readers Board, a group of local residents who provides the newspaper with feedback.

Members meet monthly to discuss news issues and newspaper policies, suggest story ideas, and debate ethical situations involving the newsroom.

In June, volunteers on the board will select six new members. The board values diversity - members come from different communities, range in age from high school students to retirees, and have varied life experiences.

If you are interested send a letter about yourself and why you'd like to be on the board by June 2 to:

The Forum, Attn: Angie Wieck, P.O. Box 2020, Fargo, N.D. 58107 or e-mail awieck@forumcomm.com .

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If you have questions, contact Angie at (701) 241-5501.

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