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Program Director Receives National Scholarship

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One of the highest national scholarships from the Institute for Organization Management of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation was given to the Bismarck-Mandan Chamber of Commerce's Program Director Sally Paulson.  

Early last week, Paulson received an e-mail saying she'd won the Regent Scholarship for her involvement in the chamber, for taking part in community service and for her professional background.

"You know every year that this has been given, I've wondered what it would be like to receive it. So, it was quite a honor to get the email from the U.S. Chamber that I had received it," says Paulson.

Paulson has completed three years of IOM's four-year program. Since this will be her final year, she says the scholarship is icing on the cake.
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