The Branch County Community Foundation recently announced two new members on their Board of Directors.
One of which is Coldwater High School senior Kyle Germann who serves on the board as a director. Germann also works for the Branch County Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. Following graduation, he will be attending the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.
Academically, he holds a 4.278 grade point and is recognized as an AP Scholar.
The second new board member is longtime local educator Mike Hoffner as his 40-year professional career revolved around working for and with all the schools in Branch County. Hoffner has served on several state-wide educational committees in Lansing throughout his career.
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