Beach student named to Burgum's Main Street Initiative student committee

Beach Public High School student Madilyn Nunberg has been selected to join Governor Doug Burgum's Main Street Initiative Student Advisory committee.

Nunberg is one of 12 students selected to participate in the group for the 2019-2020 school year.

The purpose of the committee is to get feedback from students regarding the types of things that could improve their communities and what types of careers and recreational opportunities might make them want to stay in there.

"The Main Street Initiative Student Advisory Committee is a vital resource to our administration and the leadership within the Main Street team," Burgum said. "This group of students provides insight into how this initiative can help to build a community that will attract and retain a 21st century workforce and that youth want to call home."

Nunberg applied to be considered for the committee and was selected based on her level of community involvement and other activities. She participates in volleyball, basketball, choir and track. She is in Close-up, a program that provides an in-depth look into Washington, D.C. and New York City. She has completed service projects such as Spirit of the West, planting trees and cleaning up garbage along the street. Nunberg is an active member of the St. John's Youth Group.


Gov. Burgum's initiative focuses on a skilled workforce, efficient infrastructure and healthy, vibrant communities.

Kayla Henson is a former Dickinson Press reporter.
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