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Southeast Community College Continuing Education Names Susan Kruse New Coordinator in Nemaha County


Susan Kruse is the new coordinator for Southeast Community College Continuing Education classes in Nemaha County.

Kruse, a resident of the county for more than 20 years, replaces Jackie Gfeller.  Kruse is working with Kelly Morgan, SCC’s assistant director of Continuing Education, to identify classes and instructors so that citizens of Nemaha County will have an assortment of timely classes to choose from.

Kruse is a home economist who has worked for the cooperative extension service. She owned several home-based businesses, and she worked for a local factory, the newspaper and held several jobs serving young families and youth.  Kruse said she is hopeful that instructors will step forward to share their skills and talents with others.

For more information, contact Stu Osterthun at (402) 323-3401 or visit Southeast Community College Continuing Education online at http://www.southeast.edu/continuing.

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