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News Release
Four Elected to Lead Peru State College Campus Activities Board


(Peru, Neb.) Four Peru State College (PSC) students were recently elected to lead the Campus Activities Board (CAB) for the 2008-2009 academic year.


Alicia Miller, a sophomore English education major from Thurman, Iowa, was elected president. “I’m really excited to serve as CAB president next year. I hope to build on the foundation that has already been laid.”


Tyson Wessels, a junior elementary education major from Weeping Water, was elected vice president for a second term. “It feels great to be re-elected as CAB's vice president. I’m thankful to have another year in which I can continue to work toward a more active campus.”


Promise Nelson, a freshman psychology major from Wausa, will serve as secretary. Kate Stainer, a freshman math education major from Lincoln, will serve as historian.


CAB officers and members meet weekly to plan a variety of student activities that are held throughout the year. CAB-sponsored events held this spring include a dodgeball tournament, rock band tournament, free movie and bowling nights, a trip to a Lincoln Stars hockey game and an ice skating trip to Omaha. Some of the events scheduled for this month include a hypnotist, dance, laser tag, talent show and a trip to World’s of Fun.


PSC President Dr. Ben Johnson said, “CAB is a fun way for students to get involved on campus and meet new people. It’s also a great leadership opportunity. The club gives students a voice about the events happening on campus. I want to congratulate these four students on being selected by their peers to lead this important campus organization.”