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Glyndon woman fills School Board vacancy

Marilyn Labrensz of Glyndon, Minn., will fill a vacant Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton School Board seat. School Board members appointed Labrensz, 45, a teacher at Minnesota State University Moorhead's early childhood education center. She had previously...

Marilyn Labrensz of Glyndon, Minn., will fill a vacant Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton School Board seat.

School Board members appointed Labrensz, 45, a teacher at Minnesota State University Moorhead's early childhood education center. She had previously served on the board for five years but lost the last election.

The board unanimously selected Labrensz from among four candidates Monday night. The vacancy was created after board member Debi Dawson resigned for personal reasons, said Superintendent Bernie Lipp.

Board member Ronnie Tang said all candidates were qualified, but they favored Labrensz because of her experience.

Labrensz, whose daughter attends D-G-F High School, said she values education.

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"I just feel education is a top priority in my life."

Her term expires Dec. 31, 2004. The salary is $50 per meeting. Other candidates were Julie Nash, Doug Mjolsness and Steven Kautz.

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