Richard Nolan of Crosby was elected president of the Central Lakes College Foundation Board during the annual meeting Wednesday in Brainerd.
Mike Sands of Kummet Larson Bluth & Co. presented the foundation's annual audit report.
Dr. Jerry Poland, Crosby, who had completed his two-year term as president, passed the gavel to Nolan.
Nolan is a graduate of Brainerd High School and the University of Minnesota. He was elected in 1968 as the state's youngest legislator, served two terms in the Minnesota House, two years on the staff of Sen. Walter Mondale and three terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. He is vice chairman for the state DFL party.
Curt Nielsen and Darrell Schneider retired from the board after serving 20 and six years respectively. Both were recognized during the meeting and presented with plaques of appreciation.
Barbara Anderson will replace Curt Nielsen in a three-year term. She has spent more than 30 years working in the health care field, first as a registered nurse and later as a college instructor.
Anderson has been employed by St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd since 1988. She currently is the chief quality officer for Brainerd Lakes Health, which includes St. Joseph's and Brainerd medical centers. She is an alumna of the College of St. Scholastica and the University of Minnesota's graduate program in public health.
Other foundation officers are Brian Kirkpatrick, vice president; Milo Johnson, secretary; Randy Beinhorn, treasurer/finance chair; Terry McCollough, investment chair; and Diane Scearcy, executive director.
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