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Friday, February 1, 2008

Kate Mooney ’84, Cold Spring, Minn., has been reappointed by Governor Tim Pawlenty for a four-year term on the Minnesota Board of Accountancy, which examines, licenses and regulates certified public accountants. Mooney has been an accounting professor at St. Cloud State since 1986, has served a department chair and is chair of the board of directors of Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, a $70 million social service agency that serves 300 communities.

Jeff Falkingham ’78, Eden Prairie, Minn., is donating the entire price of every copy of his work of historical fiction for young adults to flood relief in his hometown of Browns Valley, Minn. Falkingham’s “Sherlock Holmes and the County Courthouse Caper,” first published in 2001, has been reissued in a “flood edition” with sales going to the Long-Term Flood Recovery Fund in Browns Valley. He works in communications, marketing and advertising with Northern Tool + Equipment. Book details at www. cccaper.com.

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