Messenger salutes 10 under 40

This group helps make Fort Dodge a great place to live

Fort Dodge is blessed to be the home of a lot of people who go the extra mile to make their community a great place to live.

And when it comes to giving Fort Dodge a boost, age is really just a number. People of all ages have something to contribute.

Today, The Messenger, the Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance, and the Fort Dodge Young Professionals honor 10 people who are not yet 40-years-old who are making a difference in their community.

They are:

• Todd Baker, owner of Baker Electric

• Jenn Becker, an instructional coach in the Fort Dodge Community School District

• Neven Conrad, an attorney and Fort Dodge city councilman

• Ben Crimmins, vice president of operations for White Transfer & Storage Co.

• Capt. Ryan Gruenberg, of the Fort Dodge Police Department

• Kelly Hinds, community employment director for One Vision

• Luke Hugghins, a project manager with McClure Engineering Co.

• Dan Scott, vice president of operations for Citizens Community Credit Union

• Michelle Sleiter, chief executive officer of Humboldt County Memorial Hospital

• Dr. Megan Srinivas, of the Community Health Center of Fort Dodge

A publication called ”10 Under 40″ inserted in today’s edition of The Messenger provides details on each of those individuals and their accomplishments.

We salute these 10 people for their dedication to Fort Dodge. We also look forward to great things from them in the future.