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AE2S gives Grand Forks education group $50,000

The Grand Forks Foundation for Education has received a $50,000 gift from engineering firm AE2S, the foundation said. Of the amount $30,000 will be invested in an endowment and the remaining money will be given out by the AE2S Good Samaritan Fund...

The Grand Forks Foundation for Education has received a $50,000 gift from engineering firm AE2S, the foundation said.

Of the amount $30,000 will be invested in an endowment and the remaining money will be given out by the AE2S Good Samaritan Fund for students in need.

AE2S is based in Grand Forks, but has offices around the state and in Minnesota, Montana and Wisconsin.

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