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Holman elected LCSC Alumni Association president

LEWISTON, Idaho – Natalie Holman, a litigation paralegal at Risley Law Office PLLC in Lewiston, has been elected president of the Lewis-Clark State College Alumni Association, alumni office officials announced on Thursday.

Re-elected board members include John Blankenship, owner of Hells Canyon District, H&R Block; and Gay Lewis, owner of Through the Open Door. Both are from Lewiston. Holman, who served as vice president last year, replaces past president Steve Stroschein, Title I coordinator for Highland Elementary School in Clarkston. She is joined by newly-elected Vice President Kelly Carlstrom, an administrator at River City Church in Lewiston.

New additions to the board are Kevin Reynolds, a student advisor at Lewis-Clark State College, and Eric Coffelt, a current student at LCSC.

The election of officers and confirmation of new and ongoing board members took place during the organization’s annual meeting in May. The officers and board members meet bimonthly to govern the association’s operations.

The Alumni Association connects, celebrates, and engages alumni and friends to build lifelong relationships that support the future of Lewis-Clark State College. For more information about the Alumni Association, visit or contact Renee Olsen, director of alumni and community relations, at [email protected] or 208-792-2151.