Koslowsky is intern at Moran office

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Diana Koslowsky of Hillsboro has been selected to serve as a summer

intern in Hutchinson office of Congressman Jerry Moran.



?Diana?s background, matched with her impressive academic record at

Tabor makes her an outstanding candidate for an internship,? Moran

said. ?She brings her character and work ethic and the desire for a

greater future for Kansas.?



Koslowsky is a 1997 graduate of Hillsboro High School. She is

currently pursuing a degree in business administration at Tabor

College and is scheduled to graduate in 2001. She also has been

employed part-time at the Hillsboro Free Press.



Throughout her years in college, Koslowsky has been involved in

numerous programs and organizations. Among these are her position as

Student Senate treasurer and her recent participation in the Western

European Study Tour, which took her across Europe to study different

countries and their customs.



?I first developed an interest in politics after hearing Congressman

Moran?s commencement speech at Tabor several years ago,? Koslowsky

said. ?That makes it an honor to be selected and have a chance to work

for him. I?m looking forward to it, and I know it will be a great

experience.?



While in Hutchinson, Koslowsky will assist Moran and his staff with

legislative and administrative duties on behalf of the people of

Kansas?s First Congressional District.



Koslowsky is the daughter of Ken and Carla Koslowsk

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