The Free Press, Mankato, MN

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June 23, 2013

Names and Notables

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The following students were named to the Lafayette Charter School B Honor Roll: Grade 4 -- Cole Hesse and Mya Isenberg; Grade 5 -- Brenna Barstad, Haylee Liebl, Joshua Liebl, Tyla Moldo and Conner Schiller; Grade 6 -- Morgan Brey; Grade 7 -- Jakob Pena and Alex Stovall; Grade 8 -- Alec Harder, Shilo Lorenz and Trevor Pagel.

Take Off Pounds Sensibly awards (two pics, no cutlines)

Take Off Pounds Sensibly, a weight loss support and nutrition education group, awarded three members with awards.

Joanna Starner and Marci Pearce received awards for their weight loss as members of TOPS.

Weight Recorder Glorie Kaderlik presented Marilyn Sieberg with a pin for Keeping Off Pounds Sensibly for 28 years.

Grand View University

The following students were named to the Grand View University President's List: Blue Earth -- Eliana Johnson.

Iowa State University

The following students have graduated from Iowa State University: Blue Earth -- Daniel Kent Murray and Bethany Ann Pecholt; Mankato -- Kiersten Laurie Lee; New Richland -- Jonathan Michael Kormann; St. Peter -- Shayne Michael Narjes; Winnebago -- Eirsten Elizabeth Johanson.

I&S Group announces new shareholders

I&S Group, Inc. is proud to announce five new shareholders: Andy Brandel, PE, Bill Goldy, Nick Ellenberger, PE, LEED AP, Tom Grafft and Joey Wendinger.

2013 Healthcare Scholarship

The following students have been awarded the Madelia Community Hospital Foundation scholarship: Autumn Johnson from Lake Crystal Welcome Memorial High School and Adam Cooling from Madelia High School.

They will receive a $500 scholarship after the successful completion of their first semester.

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars welcomes Stephen Richard Willaert of Mankato as a new member.

NSCS is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is the nation's only interdisciplinary honors organization for first-year and second-year college students. Membership is by invitation only, based on grade point average and class standing.

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