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— The Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging announced the addition of four new members of the board of directors: Kellian Clink, Catie Lee, Kimberly Holm and Candace Fenske.

Clink is a professor at Minnesota State University-Mankato. She works with the Blue Earth County Social Services Task Force.

Kellian Clink is a new member of the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging board of directors.

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Lee is the director of Swift County Human Services. She serves as the Equity Chair for the Minnesota Association of County Social Services Administrators.

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Catie Lee is a new member of the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging board of directors.

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Holm is a graduate of Minnesota State University-Mankato with 25 years of experience in the mental health field. Holm is currently the executive director of the Southwestern Minnesota Adult Mental Health Consortium.

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Kimberly Holm is a new member of the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging board of directors.

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Fenske recently retired from her career in health care management where she has worked as a certified nursing assistant, registered nurse and later as CEO of a rural hospital.

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Candace Fenske is a new member of the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging board of directors.

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The Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging

assists older adults through advocacy, information and assistance. The volunteer board is comprised of professionals from the 27-county area in southwest Minnesota served by the agency.

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