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Citing excessive cost, Mills stops recount push

Bowling for a cause

Nancy Adams (left), mayor of Pequot Lakes; Bonnie Cumberland, Brainerd City Coun1 / 3
Jason Vignieri helped his 15-month-old daughter, Maleah, bowl. The Vignieri fami2 / 3
Connie Schmidt gave her granddaughter, Evie Youngberg, a third-grader at Riversi3 / 3

Nancy Adams (left), mayor of Pequot Lakes; Bonnie Cumberland, Brainerd City Council member; Darrel Olson, mayor of Baxter; and JoAnn Weaver, mayor of Breezy Point; reacted to the bowling ability of Brian Lehman, mayor of Nisswa, at the eighth annual Good Samaritan Bowl at Jack’s House Monday.  The fundraising event is sponsored by Mills Automotive Group and Mills Fleet Farm. For more photos go to Spotted.brainerddispatch.com.

Becca Clemens
After graduating high school in 2004, I attended Central Lakes College in Staples, MN for 2 years where I got a diploma in Communication Art and Design. I then transfered up to Bemidji State University in, you guessed it, Bemidji, MN. In the spring of 2009, I graduated from BSU. Then in the fall of 2009 I got a job at Echo Publishing, a sister company to the Brainerd Dispatch.
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