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Friends and Neighbors: Amy Sapp


Aleta Pearson

Amy Sapp welcomes new ideas with the same enthusiasm as the welcome she has experienced since moving to Kimball.

Amy Sapp is Kimball's new Special Projects Coordinator for Economic Development.

"I feel I'm a good fit because you could put me in a room with anybody and I'll find that common ground," she said.

It's true even in her personal life, as she explains, "my friendship base is..." (extending her hands out as far as they can reach), really big."

Amy grew up as the only child of Marilyn Baker and attended school in Eaton, Colo. After gradation she moved to Greeley, went to Aimes Community College, worked and lived in the Greeley area for most of her life.

Her employment background is well rounde...

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