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Caregivers recognized for work at long-term facilities

Kostad receives Caregiver Award Dan Kostad, director of recreation therapy at Woodside Village in Grand Forks, and Sharon Kalis, Pembilier Nursing Center, Walhalla, N.D., have been selected to receive a 2017 Caregiver Award from the North Dakota ...

Dan Kostad
Dan Kostad

Kostad receives Caregiver Award

Dan Kostad, director of recreation therapy at Woodside Village in Grand Forks, and Sharon Kalis, Pembilier Nursing Center, Walhalla, N.D., have been selected to receive a 2017 Caregiver Award from the North Dakota Long Term Care Association. The award recognizes long-term care staff who enhance the quality of life for residents of North Dakota's long-term care facilities.

Lillestol joins Dakota Commercial

John Lillestol has been hired as a commercial real estate agent by Dakota Commercial & Development. Lillestol holds a bachelor's of science in business administration from North Dakota State University and previously worked as the director of study finances at Lillestol Research in Fargo.

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