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Main Street Advisory Committee seeking ND students

BISMARCK - Applications for students in grades seven through 12 are now being accepted for the North Dakota Main Street Initiative Student Advisory Committee.

BISMARCK – Applications for students in grades seven through 12 are now being accepted for the North Dakota Main Street Initiative Student Advisory Committee.

The committee will allow youth to share ideas to help build their community. Applicants should be involved in their community.

Gov. Doug Burgum’s Main Street Initiative is founded on three pillars: a skilled workforce, smart and efficient infrastructure and healthy, vibrant communities.

Applications are be accepted through April 27 and may be submitted online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NDStudent . For more information, visit www.MainStreetND.com .

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