Five file for FVCC trustee positions

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Five candidates have filed to run for two seats representing the Flathead/Glacier school districts on Flathead Valley Community College Board of Trustees.

Voters in the May 7 election will chose two from the following candidates for the two, three-year positions that begin in May and expire May 2016:

• Michael Heber, a Farmers Insurance agent.

• Mark Holston, an incumbent trustee who works as a public information officer for the Flathead Basin Commission.

• Shannon Lund, an incumbent trustee, is Flathead Valley development manager for Intermountain-Restoring Hope for Children.

• Day Scovel, owner of a business fabricating and working with classic Ford Mustangs.

• Ursula Wilde, who could not be reached for more information.

A candidate forum sponsored by the faculty senate will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 24, in room 140 inside Blake Hall on the Kalispell campus.

For more information, call Faculty Senate President Janice Alexander at 756-3948 or Laura VanDeKoop, vice president, at 756-3998.

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