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Brea Musel and Justin Countryman, both of Brainerd, are members of the Tae Kwon Do club at Bemidji State University. Musel is a junior elementary education major while Countryman is a junior history major. Angela Brogle of Backus and Jacen Gondri...

Brea Musel and Justin Countryman, both of Brainerd, are members of the Tae Kwon Do club at Bemidji State University.
Musel is a junior elementary education major while Countryman is a junior history major.
Angela Brogle of Backus and Jacen Gondringer of Brainerd have been accepted into the honors program at Bemidji State University.
Brogle, a BSU junior, plans to major in applied psychology. Gondringer, a BSU freshman, plans to major in accounting and computer science.
Nicholas Hoffmann, a senior at Brainerd High School, has been accepted for admission to Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, for the 1999-2000 school year.
Hoffmann, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hoffmann, also received an academic achievement scholarship from Northwestern for his outstanding scholastic record.
Amy Jones of Walker is a member of the Student Art Association for the 1999-2000 school year at Bemidji State University.
Jones, a sophomore art major, is treasurer of the organization.
Andrew Peterson, son of Hal and Edie Peterson of Brainerd, is a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity through the Volunteers In Service To Others (VISTO) program at St. John's University.
Don Klick of Walker is a member of Theta Tau Epsilon fraternity at Bemidji State University.
Klick is an undergraduate with a double major in history and social studies education.
The following area students at the University of St. Thomas were named to the university's dean's list for fall semester: Ryan Burggraff and Atty Gray, both of Brainerd; David Sheets, Baxter; Christopher Zasmeta, Aitkin; Kristen E. Adams and Brenna Hackler, Backus; Mark Wasserbauer, Crosby; Molly Sanders, Crosslake; Crystal Klun, Ironton; Andrew Schwaderer, Palisade; Charles Goerges, Pequot Lakes; and Brandon Kreklau, Sebeka.
Christine Hartley of Brainerd was named to the winter quarter dean's list of Northwestern College in St. Paul.
Hartley is a senior majoring in youth ministries.
Jessica Shogren Carlson of Pequot Lakes was named to the dean's list for fall semester at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
Amy Marie Ray of Pillager was named to the dean's list for fall semester at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Ray is a freshman majoring in music therapy.
Andria Anita Bloom of Brainerd was nominated for the 1999 Student Leadership Award at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Bloom is a freshman at the university.
Robin Lindstam, daughter of Carolyn and Gary Lindstam of Nisswa, was inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership honor society, at the University of St. Thomas.
Lindstam, a senior majoring in biology with minors in philosophy and chemistry, is a member of the St. Thomas Student Ambassadors, Liturgical Choir and the Aquinas Scholars Honors program.
The following University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students have been named to the academic distinction list for fall semester: Andria Bloom and Jason Vold, both of Brainerd; Kathryn Schoepf, Little Falls; and Amy Ray, Pillager.
Kevin Hagen of Little Falls and Jessica Frederickson of Brainerd are members of the Criminal Justice Club at Bemidji State University.
Both are juniors majoring in criminal justice. Frederickson is vice-president of the organization.
Jill Ketchum, Baxter, is a member of the Rotaract Club at Bemidji State University.
Ketchum is a senior accounting major.
Allison Fried, Brainerd, is involved with Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship at Bemidji State University.
Fried is a junior majoring in Spanish and humanities.

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