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Dick and Lynn Carder Family Fund to impact even more CLC students 

The Dick and Lynn Carder Family Fund at the Central Lakes College Foundation will impact even more college students, thanks to an additional gift from their children, Coleen (Ann Turnbull) Carder, Steven (Karen) Carder, Brian (Carol) Carder, and Roxanne (Robert) Lueck.  The fund was first established in 2015 in memory of Lynn Carder, awarding a scholarship …

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Change in masking requirement at CLC effective August 9

Following the newly released guidance by the CDC, and at the direction of the Minnesota State System, Central Lakes College will reinstate its requirement that all students, staff, faculty and visitors wear face coverings while inside any CLC campus building, beginning Monday, August 9. At this time, there are no requirements for masking outdoors. Increasing …

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Azerbaijan is the focus of Cultural Thursday 25th year kickoff event 

Central Lakes College will begin the 25th year of its Cultural Thursday series with a program on Azerbaijan. Rebecca Rowe will speak about her time serving in the Peace Corps in Azerbaijan at noon on Thursday, Sept. 2 in the Chalberg Theatre and online. (https://tinyurl.com/2a32uazv) The program is free and open to the public.  Rowe is the director of the North Central Small Business Development …

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Get the shot, win prizes

Students: You’ll have plenty of opportunities to get the vaccine, including at New Student Orientation Day on August 20! Brainerd: 8:30-9:30am in the South Hall Staples: 8:30-9:30am in the Commons We’re also holding weekly free walk-in vaccination & testing clinics at each campus, starting the first week of school. Brainerd: …

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Community invited to join music offerings at CLC 

Community members and students are invited to join one of Central Lakes College’s many music offerings.   Options include:   Pep/Sports Band  Wind Symphony/Concert Band  Jazz Ensemble  String Orchestra  The CLC Choir  “If there is one thing we have learned lately, it is that live music is needed now more than ever,” said Jonathan Laflamme, Director …

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Gordon Rosenmeier Center elects president, board 

The Gordon Rosenmeier Center for State and Local Government has elected its new president and board officers.   Greg Blaine, of Little Falls, was voted President. Other positions include: Vice Chair, James Russell; Secretary, Laura Raedeke; Treasurer, Eric Klang.    The mission of the Rosenmeier Center for State & Local Government is to inform, to educate, and to encourage residents of central …

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CLC introduces new Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences

After 24 years at CLC, Martha Kuehn, Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences is retiring. A familiar face is taking over the important role: Current CLC math instructor Anne Nelson Fisher. We sat down with both leaders to get their thoughts. First, we start with outgoing Dean Martha Kuehn. Fill …

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Technology Support for Students

System office ASA, ITS, and Minnesota State Info Hub are working together to extend the capacity of campuses and provide resources and support for students who are transitioning from in-person to virtual delivery of their courses. Here are the ongoing and new student resources available:   Students will receive immediate …

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CLC students earn high honors in SkillsUSA National Championship

Two Central Lakes College students took high honors at the SkillsUSA National Championship Competition. The SkillsUSA Championships are career competition events showcasing the best career and technical education students in the nation. Contests begin locally and continue through the state and national levels. Student Benny Minten took 1st place in …

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CLC announces spring President’s and Dean’s lists

Red etters "CLC" on south lawn of campus

Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, has announced its 2021 spring semester honors lists. The President’s List includes 398 students who earned a grade-point average of 3.75 to 4.0 while enrolled for at least 12 credits. The Dean’s List includes 325 students who earned a grade-point average of 3.25 to …

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