FLEDA recognizes community leaders at November annual dinner

The Frontier Local Economic Development Association’s (FLEDA) 17th Annual Dinner was held on Friday, Nov. 2, at Frontier High School. More than 100 people attended the festivities. FLEDA President, Jack Haessly, welcomed everyone to the event and thanked them for their support. School Superintendent, Brian Rentsch, and Principal Beth Brown thanked FLEDA for continuing to support the Frontier area.

FLEDA presented a plaque to Isabella Rinard who was selected as the Student of the Year from Frontier High School. Mark Mondo was recognized as the Businessman of the Year. The Community Service of the year award went to Building Bridges to careers. The final award of the evening was the Historic Preservation award which was presented to Ronnie and Jennifer Reed.

FLEDA’s mission is to create economic and educational development through leadership in the Frontier community.

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