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Cultural Arts Series

The Central Lakes College Cultural Arts Series this fall will feature artists with national and international reputations. Theatre Director Patrick Spradlin has assembled for his fifth season a line-up of performers that will offer something for just about anyone interested in the performing arts. “Popular acts such as George Winston, …

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Coach honored

The Minnesota State High School Baseball Coaches Association has chosen Pat Held of Motley as recipient of the 2010 Dick Siebert Award named for the legendary University of Minnesota baseball coach. It is given to a coach who has “served Minnesota high school baseball with distinction, professionalism, involvement, and longevity.”Held …

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Golf medalists

Jared Cowden and Morgan Morris captured medalist honors for the Central Lakes College Raiders at the Rochester Invitational on Thursday, Sept. 9 at a course in Cannon Falls. Cowden carded a par 72 as the Raiders finished second on the men’s side, five strokes behind Rochester Community College. Cody Cederberg …

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Trustee Krinkie visits

Phil Krinkie from the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities board of trustees toured the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College on Friday, Sept. 10 during a two-hour visit hosted by CLC President Dr. Larry Lundblad. One stop was the Humphrey Center for American Indian Studies housed in the Skone Family …

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Festival Latino

The Central Lakes College Spanish Club, CLC Foundation, and Five Wings Arts Alliance brign you the eighth annual Festival Latino on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in the cafeteria and its commons area of the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College. Featured concert performers are Leo and …

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New physics instructor

Central Lakes College welcomes Yoshinao “Yoshi” Hirai as a full-time physics instructor with the start of the Fall Semester 2010. Yoshi comes to CLC after a year at Rochester Community and Technical College and two years prior as an assistant professor (fixed term) at St. Cloud State University. He earned …

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Student Success Day

Central Lakes College will hold its annual Student Success Day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wed., Sept. 29 for all students attending the college in Brainerd and Staples. Events on both campuses include free lunch, a keynote speaker, and various workshop sessions to address topics of interest to …

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Player of Week

Defensive lineman Avery Smith of Central Lakes College is the Minnesota College Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week in the Southern Division. Smith, of Sioux Falls, S.D., had five tackles, two sacks and a fumble recovery in the Raiders’ 7-0 win over Northland.

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Cards defeat Raiders

The Hibbing Cardinals defeated the Central Lakes College Raiders in volleyball Wed., Sept. 8 on the Raider court. In the North Division matchup Coach Jane Peterson tried drastic changes as the hosts feel behind 11-1 in the first game. She pulled starting sophomore setter Rachel Pfeffer and mixed the lineup …

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Theatre season

The Central Lakes College Theatre Department has announced the following 2010-11 theatre season: “Harvey,” Oct. 6-9, 15-17, Dryden Theatre; “When Life Gives You Lemons Make Lemon Meringue Pie: A Humorous Look At Life’s Ups and Downs,” Theatre for a Diverse Population production, Dec. 1-4, Dryden Theatre; “A Christmas Carol,” Adventures …

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