The Friends of Lake Sakakawea has elected a new treasurer and welcomes two new directors to its board.
Longtime director and treasurer Marie Johnson recently stepped down to spend more time enjoying retirement, including wintering in Arizona. The FOLS Executive Committee elected Daryl Hill to fill out the remainder of Johnson’s term as treasurer.
Hill has been a member of the FOLS Board of Directors for more than ten years. He retired from Basin Electric Cooperative in 2013 following at 35-year career in communications, media relations, writing, speaking, and event planning. Hill and his family own a cabin on Deepwater Bay.
Little Knife Bay cabin owner Glenna Meiers has replaced longtime director Bob Valeu, who stepped down from the board last spring. Meiers is resident of Mountrail County and is very involved in community and public affairs. She is passionate about recreation and ensuring lake access for anglers, campers, and cabin owners.
Carie Boster, Dunn County Jobs Development Authority (JDA) Director, has also joined the board. She will be representing Dunn County and provide valuable insights and counsel on economic development issues.