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Business Briefs: Sterling hires designer ... Two elected to board of directors ...

Sterling hires designer Gail Giesbrecht, Grand Forks, has joined the design team at Sterling Carpet One Floor & Home as a design consultant. She has almost 15 years of experience in residential construction and sales as well as an associate d...

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Gail Giesbrecht

Sterling hires designer

Gail Giesbrecht, Grand Forks, has joined the design team at Sterling Carpet One Floor & Home as a design consultant. She has almost 15 years of experience in residential construction and sales as well as an associate degree in Architectural Drafting from the North Dakota State College of Science.

Two elected to board of directors AgCountry Farm Credit Services has elected Kurt Elliott of Blanchard, N.D., and Mark Ellison of Elbow Lake, Minn., to its board of directors. Elliott has been farming since 1988 and will represent the North Dakota counties of Cavalier, Grand Forks, Griggs, Nelson, Pembina, Ramsey, Steele, Towner and Walsh. Ellison has been farming since 1983 and will represent  the Minnesota counties of Becker, Big Stone, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Hubbard, Ottertail, Pope, Stevens, Todd, Traverse, Wadena and Wilkin.

Alliance receives award The Nonprofit Business Alliance received the North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations’ Partnership Building award during the Nonprofit Leadership Conference on June 1 in Bismarck. The Partnership Building award is given to an organization that has demonstrated community leadership and built partnerships within the North Dakota nonprofit sector.

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