Members of the AD Nursing Club at Central Lakes College recently participated in two voluntary training activities. On Jan. 15 a total of 35 students signed up for a Saturday of disaster training from the American Red Cross with trainer Janice Springer of the St. Cloud office in the Lecture Hall on the Brainerd campus. On Jan. 20 several students were trained through MN Responds and Crow Wing County Public Health region manager Kari Springer in a course offered at CLC. “I am very pleased with the professional participation of the club related to service learning and continuing education efforts, such as this training,” said Darci Goeden, club adviser. “We must be life-long learners in the nursing profession in order to provide the highest quality of care to clients, families, and communities.” Among the club members tackling problems in disaster scenarios were Shelly Herron (left), Deerwood, and Brianna Tramm, Mora.