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After 30 years, Detroit Lakes Community Education Director Mark Greenig will step down next month. An open house sendoff is set from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, March 27 at the Lincoln Education Center. (Brian Basham/Tribune)

'This isn't retirement'

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For 30 years now, the man in charge at Detroit Lakes Community Education has been Mark Greenig.

Starting next month, however, that will change -- when Greenig steps down as its director.

"This isn't retirement, it's just a chance to do something different," says Greenig.

Not that he hasn't loved his job.

"It was a tremendous gig -- the best job in town," he says. "There had to be something there to hold my fascination for 30 years."

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Vicki Gerdes
Staff writer at Detroit Lakes Newspapers for the past 14 years, currently editor of the entertainment and community pages as well as obituaries. Living in DL with my cat, Smokey.
(218) 844-1454
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