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Sergeant Ted Ball of the Army National Guard recruiting office in New Richmond details career options to a group of eighth-graders at the New Richmond Middle School Career Fair on Thursday, March 6. (Photos by Sarah Young)1 / 5
Chef Kari Hurtis of Ready Randy’s R&D Catering helps eighth-grader Jade Diep-Ha frost a delicate cookie at the New Richmond Middle School Career Fair on Thursday, March 6.2 / 5
(From left) Eighth-graders Tashana Wall, Will Carr, Augie Altena, Alayna Kjos and Brandi Swystun learned the art of being a pastry chef from chef Kari Hurtis of Ready Randy’s R&D Catering at the New Richmond Middle School Career Fair Thursday, March 6.3 / 5
Eighth-graders Madeline Hatch (left) and Rebecca Thon showed great interest in Jen Ledo’s presentation and tour of the inside of one of New Richmond’s ambulances at the New Richmond Middle School Career Fair Thursday, March 6.4 / 5
Martial arts instructor Brandon Arendt of AKF Martial Arts instructs eighth-grade students (from left) Victoria Fox, Taylor Ramaeker, Samantha Thompson and Aidan Miers in self defense techniques at the New Richmond Middle School Career Fair Thursday, March 6.5 / 5

Students at New Richmond Middle School got the chance to hear about a wide variety of career paths during the middle school's annual Career Fair held on Thursday, March 6. 

Jordan Willi
Jordan Willi is a reporter for the New Richmond News. Previously, he worked as a sports reporter at the Worthington Daily Globe in Worthington, Minnesota. He also interned at the Hudson Star Observer for two summers and contributed to the Bison Illustrated sports magazine at North Dakota State University.
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