United Tribes NewsUnited Tribes hosts advisers
29 May 2012
LISTENING & SHARING:Good people from the community who volunteer to advise United Tribes about community concerns and educational program priorities gathered April 13 for a briefing from college leaders. Seen here are some who advise the Nutrition and Foodservice Program, from left: Julie Garden-Robinson, Food and Nutrition Specialist and NDSU Associate Professor with the Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences; Annette Broyles, UTTC Nutrition and Foodservice Department Chair/Instructor; August Pepple, Administrator at the Baptist Home in Bismarck; and Jared Larson, Food and Beverage Director of Minervas Restaurant and Bar in Bismarck. The college has more than a dozen advisory boards with volunteer members representing industry, education and various levels of government. College leaders thanked them for their service and joined-in a luncheon for advisers that featured a traditional meal.
DENNIS J. NEUMANN <> United Tribes News
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