United Way of Central Minnesota selects new CEO

Patrick Powell will replace Noreen Dunnells, who is taking a United Way position in Oregon. The St. Cloud Times reports Powell is currently a vice president for the nonprofit organization in Nebraska. He'll join the St. Cloud branch in June.
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Patrick Powell will replace Noreen Dunnells, who is taking a United Way position in Oregon. The St. Cloud Times reports Powell is currently a vice president for the nonprofit organization in Nebraska. He'll join the St. Cloud branch in June.

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