Amanda Scott, a Sartell native and local business owner, was recently named the new Sartell Area Chamber of Commerce sales and event coordinator.
Prior to being hired for this position, Scott was a very active board member joining the Chamber board in summer 2012 to fill a vacated position. She was re-elected to the board last November. During the past four months, she has volunteered her time, service and expertise as the Chamber board treasurer and has handled all of the Chamber’s bookkeeping and accounting needs along with many other daily Chamber-related tasks during this time of staff transition. She also served as co-chair for the Chamber’s golf outing last September.
Scott will continue to serve her clients for her AKAccounting Solutions business as she has for the past three years. She graduated from Sartell High School and completed her accounting degree at Minnesota School of Business. Scott and her husband Andy recently built a home in Sartell. She is committed to making sure her daughter has all of the great opportunities she had growing up in Sartell.
In addition to her Chamber role, Scott is the current chair of the Sartell Summerfest Planning Committee.
As an independent contractor to the Chamber, she will office out of her home and will have the Chamber’s cell phone. If you need to reach the Chamber for any reason, contact Scott at 320-258-6061.
Two Sartell students were among 297 students who recently graduated from Bemidji (Minn.) State University. They are the following: David Fabian, bachelor’s degree in prototype engineering, and Nathan Williams, bachelor’s degree in biology.
The Sartell-St. Stephen Education Foundation welcomes two new members to its board.
The are the following: Amy Trombley is a mom of two daughters and has been involved with the Sartell-St. Stephen Education Foundation since 2004. She currently serves the Sartell-St. Stephen School District as the district assessment and communications coordinator and is a former teacher in the district.
Tonya Miller has two young children just entering the 748 District. She moved to Sartell in 2011 for the great educational opportunities this community has to offer. She is enjoying this role and grateful for the opportunity to become more involved with the education of tomorrow’s leaders.
Three Sartell students were recently named to the fall dean’s list at Bemidji (Minn.) State University. They are the following: Kylie Faber, Mitchell Koopmeiners and Nathan Williams.