By Deanna Wakkinen, I-O Reporter
Lynn Utterback put in an early letter of resignation at November’s school board meeting with the hopes of having plenty of time to find a replacement Superintendant.
A speaker will be present at the next board meeting to help the board in finding the best avenue in acquiring a new superintendent.
Utterback has 36 years, plus military time, in education and simply plans to try something new after retirement. His year ends June 30.
Conrad High School freshman Kristin Rossmiller, was selected to be on the first-ever State Superintendent’s Student Advisory Board. She traveled on Nov. 12 with Debbie Ostertag to Helena to discuss drop-out rates.
During the public comment section of the meeting, Mike Townsend presented his concerns on his daughter’s organization SAVE.
Jamyne Richardson recently earned her Wound Care Certification.
In order to participate in the certification process, the candidate had to have a minimum of two years of experience working with wounds.
She then participated in an intense educational program that culminated in a national standardized test. Jamyne is the only Wound Care Certified Physical Therapist between Kalispell, Havre and Great Falls.
She will be working in conjunction with the wound clinics in Kalispell and Great Falls and offers wound care services at PMC.
By Buck Traxler, I-O Editor
The annual Conrad Area Chamber of Commerce Christmas Stroll has a full plate of activities planned for the Dec. 4 event.
New to the table will be a Santa Run sponsored by the TRC Striders.
Registration for the one mile family run or 5K race starts at 9 a.m. and runners will take off at 9:30 a.m. from Legion Park and end there as well.
There is a prize of $30 in Chamber dollars for the top male and female in the 5K. The registration fee is $10 plus a can of food for the Food Pantry.
If you have questions or need more information, contact Chris Vermulm at Farm Credit Services, 278-4620.