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Little Falls woman’s “Make a Wish” comes true at CLC production

A Little Falls woman’s dream came true at one of Central Lakes College’s recent theatre performances. Sonja, a resident of St. Otto’s Care Center in Little Falls, had always wanted to see a live play. Through St. Otto’s Care Center’s “Make a Wish” Program, she was able to do just …

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Adam Marcotte named 2016 CLC Outstanding Educator of the Year

Central Lakes College English instructor Adam Marcotte was named the 2016 CLC Outstanding Educator of the Year. CLC President Larry Lundblad recently made the announcement. “Adam really is a great example of the quality educators we have at the college,” Lundblad said. “He was nominated by his peers. He was …

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Sunrise Sertoma Club donates to CLC Veterans’ Resource Center

The Sunrise Sertoma Club of Brainerd donated $1,118 to the Central Lakes College Veterans Resource Center. Pictured from left Sara Spaeth, Assistant Director of the CLC Foundation; Theresa Harsha, CLC Veterans’ Resource Center coordinator; and Sunrise Sertoma Club members David Quisberg and Jeff Hilborn.

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$39,700 Grant Supports Student Emergency Fund at CLC

Central Lakes College now has additional resources to help low-income students weather financial emergencies. Students can apply for small grants to help cover expenses just beyond their means, which allows them to quickly return focus to their academic pursuits. “We are excited to receive this grant as it will make …

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Skone family donates limited edition bronze bald eagle sculpture to CLC

Central Lakes College announced today that the Skone Family, on behalf of the late E. Terry Skone, has made a donation of the “The Creator’s Messenger,” a limited edition bronze American bald eagle sculpture, for inclusion with the Pete Humphrey Indian Collection, housed in the Skone Family Conservatory. The sculpture enhances …

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CLC instructor meets presidential hopeful Jeb Bush

Central Lakes College Political Science instructor Steve Wenzel recently met and chatted with presidential hopeful Jeb Bush. Wenzel talked with the two-term Florida governor at a recent Minnesota meet and greet. “I was impressed with his knowledge of the issues and the fact that he listed national security, a strong …

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High school students earn top spots in Media Glitz competition at CLC

High school students from Brainerd and Bemidji placed in tops spots at the North Central – Media Glitz Competition Thursday at Central Lakes College. The event is for high school students who are interested in arts and media careers. This year’s competition in videography challenged students with a ready script, …

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CLC grad returns from canoeing length of Mississippi

Central Lakes College graduate and veteran Bartholomew Lindberg can check one more thing off his bucket list: Canoe the length of the Mississippi River. Lindberg recently reached the Gulf of Mexico after a four-month journey with two others. It’s part of the Mississippi River Warrior Hike Program, where veterans “walk …

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Next Rosenmeier Forum to cover “Why Treaties Matter”

The next Central Lakes College Rosenmeier Forum is at noon Dec. 7 in the Chalberg Theatre, Brainerd campus. The forum, titled “Why Treaties Matter,” will be presented by Professor Tadd M. Johnson, Director of the Master of Tribal Administration and Governance program at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. The event is co-sponsored …

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General Evidence class conducts case study on missing person

The Law Enforcement General Evidence class is conducting a case study on the missing person case of Marc Welzant, who went missing in Brainerd on Oct. 26, 2014. Students are reviewing media coverage, newspaper articles and reports. They’re using an extra set of eyes to see if anything was missed or if …

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