Jordan Gieske, Sartell, earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Minnesota, Morris.
Kendra Stark, Sartell, recently enrolled at Ridgewater College, Willmar, Minn., majoring in cosmetology.
Two Sartell students were recently awarded academic scholarships from the Central Minnesota Community Foundation.
Scholarship recipients for the 2015-16 school year are the following: Sally Traut, Hilger (Andy and Carol) Pro-life Scholarship, $900 and Lenander (Evelyn) Education Scholarship, $3,500; Jocelyn Kleinsmith, Morgan (Ernest) Scholarship, $5,000.
Two CentraCare Clinic physicians ranked in the top 10 percent in patient satisfaction compared to others in their specialty in the national Press Ganey database. Local physicians included are the following: Mary Keating, MD, Allergy and Asthma, Health Plaza; and Thomas Schrup, MD, Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Health Plaza. Results were based on data reported July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.
St. Cloud Federal Credit Union is proud to launch a new brand package. Key components to the brand introduce a new logo and tagline, “Bank on a meaningful difference.” The new brand was created through a year-long process which included the credit union’s Board of Directors, members and employees.
2015 marks St. Cloud Federal Credit Union’s 85th year in business. With strong local presence and commitment, the credit union has an established brand grounded in member and community service.
“As we look to our future, we honor our history and make an even stronger commitment to the future. Our promise is now reflected in our tagline to make a meaningful difference for our members and our communities,” stated Jed A. Meyer, president and CEO of the credit union.
The new logo will begin phasing into internal and external communications. Committed to its local presence, the new logo highlights the S and C of the St. Cloud name in a unique way.
“We wanted to ensure we remained true to our history while refreshing the look and feel of our logo,” stated Sarah Mason, vice president of brand and marketing of the credit union. The transition of the new logo will occur into 2016.
“We are extremely excited about our future and passionate to make a greater impact in the years to come,” Meyer said. “I am proud of our new logo and tagline to honor the past while committing to an even brighter future.”