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Rape and Abuse center elects board

The Rape and Abuse Crisis Center of Fargo-Moorhead elected its board of directors at its recent annual meeting. Virginia Clark, Fargo, was elected to a first term as president of the board. Clark is the dean of the College of Human Development an...

The Rape and Abuse Crisis Center of Fargo-Moorhead elected its board of directors at its recent annual meeting.

Virginia Clark, Fargo, was elected to a first term as president of the board. Clark is the dean of the College of Human Development and Education at North Dakota State University. She has served on the board for six years.

Also elected to officer positions were: Kari Myhre, Glyndon, secretary; Pamela Samson, Moorhead, vice president; Terry Knoepfle, Fargo, treasurer; and Bonnie Eukel, Moorhead, member-at-large. Officers serve one-year terms.

Members elected to two-year terms include: Lee Frigen, Fargo; Roxanne Kihne, Dilworth; Clark; Knoepfle; Tom Rohleder, Fargo; Clint Stephenson, Moorhead; Eukel and Myhre.

Since 1977, the center has been providing crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling services to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and child sexual abuse.

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