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Worthington Intermediate School celebrates opening with Tuesday afternoon ribbon cutting

The ribbon cutting coincided with an open house.

Cutting the ribbon
Joining in the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Worthington Intermediate School open house Tuesday afternoon were Natalie Kerkaert (front, from left), Giana Martinez, Evan Meyer, Blayke Miller, Ellie Van Briesen, Kaylee Raymo, Rylan Fletcher and Annika Kinser. Row 2: Chamber Ambassadors Andy Johnson and Holly Sieve, Principal Katie Clarke, student Ryker Fricke, ISD 518 board chair Lori Dudley, Ambassador Kris Correll, Assistant Principal Cory Van Briesen, student Adalynn Marquardt, Wold Architects’ Misica Tang, and Ambassador Laurie Maras. Row 3: Ambassadors Andrew Johnson, Tina Nickel and Sarah Hayenga, ISD 518 board members Mike Harberts and Stephen Schnieder, Wold Architects’ Sal Bagley, ISD 518 board members Joel Lorenz and Adam Blume, and Ambassadors Jessica Noble and Todd Henderson. Row 4: ICS’ Jon Kuenstling, ISD 518 Director of Operations Dave Skog, Ambassador Kelly Meyer, ISD 518 board member Tom Prins, Ambassador Marv Spomer, ISD 518 Superintendent John Landgaard, ICS’ Pat Overom, Ambassador Melissa Gehl, and ICS’ Chris Ziemer. Row 5: Wold Architects’ Joe Matlock, ICS’ Josh Gangestad and Baird Financial Services’ Mike Hoheisel.
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