Scott Steffes, Sartell, was recently named to the University of Minnesota-Morris spring dean’s list. To be eligible for the dean’s list students must achieve a grade-point average of 3.66 or higher.
Natilie Huges, Sartell, was recently named to the spring semester dean’s list at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Students needed a grade-point average of at least 3.5 to make the list. Hughes is majoring in pre-medicine.
Jacqueline Helm, of Sartell, recently graduated from the Crown College, St. Bonifacius, Minn. with a degree in youth.
Fatumo Abdulkadir, Sartell, recently graduated from South Central College in Faribault, Minn. with a degree in community health.
Two Sartell students were recently named to the spring semester dean’s list at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. They and their majors are as follows: Meghan Carey, nursing; and Kiley Sullivan, science.
Jeff Bohlman, Sartell, recently graduated from Normandale Community College in Bloomington, Minn. with a degree in liberal education.
Twelve local students were recently named to the spring dean’s list (GPA of 3.5 or higher) at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
They and their majors are as follows: Rachel Corcoran, sophomore, exercise science; Samantha Dullinger, junior, graphic design; Haley Guetter, sophomore, undeclared; Tara Haakonson, sophomore, molecular biology; Michael Kampa, senior, athletic training; Kyle Mareck, junior, economics; Hanna Pasell, senior, molecular biology; Allison Rengel Sr., sophomore, pre-business; Kayla Sattler, senior, accounting; Ryan Schefers, junior, mechanical engineering, all of Sartell; Ashley Sylte, senior, finance, of St. Stephen; and Abigail Whitney, sophomore, biology, of Sartell.
Tom Reed of Sartell was recently named to the Minnesota Assistive Technology Advisory Council by Gov. Mark Dayton.
Two Sartell students recently graduated from Ridgewater College, Willmar.
They are the following: Jodi Dybsand and Bailey Hollencamp.
Jacobs Financial, St. Cloud, raised $30,000 to benefit Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity during its ninth annual Swing Fore Charity Golf Tournament June 7 at Territory Golf Club. David Jacobs, Sartell, is an advisor at Jacobs Financial.
Knife River Corp.-North Central recently received a Governor’s Safety Award for superior performance in workplace safety and health from the Minnesota Safety Council.
“An effective safety program reduces injuries and costs, maximizes productivity and builds morale,” said Carol Butfon, president of the Minnesota Safety Council. “Employers like Knife River understand protecting employees is not only the right thing to do – it’s also good business.”
Since 1934, the annual Governor’s Safety Awards program has honored Minnesota employers with exceptional safety performance. Applicants are judged on several years of injury data as it compares with their industry’s national statistics, and on their progress in implementing a comprehensive safety program. Knife River received a Meritorious Achievement Award.