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Students produce chef show

Central Lakes College Communication Art and Design students have produced a series of six cooking shows with professional tips for the Staples cable TV public access channel. “Cooking with Kevin” will begin airing in February, every Wednesday at noon. Each show will instruct viewers on the preparation of special French …

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Alone at top

The Central Lakes College men’s basketball team held the high-scoring Pioneers of Northland College 27 points under their average in a 66-56 battle of Division unbteatens Wed., Jan. 20 in the Brainerd campus gymnasium. Northland averages 83 points but ran into the Raider buzz-saw in this one. CLC emerged to …

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Helping state park

CLC Natural Resources students and instructors Gary Carson and Dr. Bill Faber have been officially recognized with a certificate of appreciation from Mille Lacs-Kathio State Park for numerous occasions in which the students were part of volunteer activities designed to improve the educational experience for all park visitors. Jim Cummings, …

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New board members

Two Staples community residents have been elected to serve three-year terms on the Central Lakes College Foundation Board of Directors. Julia Palmer and Brad Anderson join the 21-person board of the non-profit organization responsible for providing scholarships and other student financial support at the community and technical college in Brainerd …

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Chalberg Theatre included

Central Lakes College’s renovation of Chalberg Theatre is included in Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s $685 million bonding package that was announced Friday, Jan. 15. The proposed funding of $500,000 is for a multi-functional learning space. Both the Minnesota House and Senate versions of the bonding bill include this project. CLC also …

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Raiders win 14th

The Central Lakes College men’s basketball team kept its Northern Division record perfect, moving to 4-0 in division play and 14-3 overall, with a 78-71 comeback victory over Hibbing Sat, Jan. 16. The Raiders shot 42 percent in the second half and made 22 free-throws down the stretch. Milos Prijovic …

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Copper Canyon, Mexico

Jan Kurtz will present the Feb. 4 Cultural Thursday program in Chalberg Theatre at Central Lakes College in Brainerd, giving a free noon-hour program on Copper Canyon, Mexico. Kurtz will start her presentation at noon and show images from a train trip she took to the land of Zorro, Pancho …

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Free dental exams

Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, is teaming up with dental professionals across the state to provide free care to those age 3-18 whose families cannot afford to pay for the care. Thursday, Feb. 4 and Friday, Feb. 5 are Give Kids a Smile Days, an opportunity for free oral …

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‘African America’

Central Lakes College and the Crow Wing County Human Rights Commission are co-sponsoring a free performance of “African America” at 7 p.m. on Wed., Jan. 20 in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus. The new play by Warren C. Bowles of Minneapolis is about the unexpected appearance of a near-magical …

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Gallery exhibit

Chinese-American artist Michael Wong of Minneapolis has selected work in the Central Lakes College Gallery in Brainerd from Jan. 19-Feb. 11. “Visions of History” is a display destined for Lynchburg, Va., following a debut at CLC, where the free public gallery is open during regular Brainerd campus hours. The gallery …

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