Bradley Bartz of Jamestown graduated from Concordia University, St. Paul, Minn., during the traditional undergraduate commencement ceremony held on May 10 in Concordia’s Gangelhoff Center.
Minnesota State University Moorhead awarded degrees to 828 students during its spring commencement May 17 at MSUM’s Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse.
The Jamestown High School National Honor Society, under the supervision of Tammy Mullowney, along with community volunteers James and Linda Bender and Bill and Nellie Degen, raised about $6,000 in the 2013 Daffodil Days event.
The following have been awarded $500 scholarships from Stutsman County Farm Bureau for the 2013-2014 school year.
K.C.-Tappen has released the names of those students listed on its honor roll for the 2012-2013 academic year. The students are:
The Jamestown Lions Club honored four of its members with the Lions Club International Melvin Jones Award. This award is the highest honor a Lion member can receive. From left, they are Dick Hall, Gary Speidel, Fran Romsdal and Dwaine Heinrich, who all received the award on May 15.RELATED CONTENT
Kim Penrod, the new director of the National Buffalo Museum, was the guest speaker at the Jamestown Rotary Club May 14. She was introduced by Rotary member Vince Gregor.
The 40 & 8 Voiture 688 held its nurses night May 14, honoring two nurses it has helped sponsor and awarded two new $500 scholarships. Nurses graduating are Ashley Richard and Garrett Hillius of Jamestown, both recent graduates. Hillius spoke to the Voiture about his experiences on a class mission trip to Vietnam.
The Jamestown Regional Medical Center Auxiliary annual plant sale starts at 7:30 a.m. Thursday and will last until all the plants are gone.
Kent Horton introduced Don Bentz at last week’s Kiwanis meeting to speak on his 33 years of employment with KSJB. Bentz delivered a humorous talk on some of the things that happened to him during these years. He was in sales and did a great deal of traveling. He said rock and roll was harder to sell. When country western music came in, it was easier. When he was working, rates were $7 for a 30-second commercial. A saturation package, which was 100 spots, was $100.
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American Legion Auxiliary members are distributing poppies today and Saturday in Jamestown. The donations raised are used for veterans and youth programs.