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Celebration of Nations

The Central Lakes College International and Multicultural clubs are co-hosting the Brainerd campus Celebration of Nations on Friday, April 23. The event runs 4:30-8:30 p.m., open to the public at admission prices of $5 adults, $3 students, and free to ages 11 and under. If purchased by April 21, each …

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Earth Day

Central Lakes College in Brainerd will host the Earth Day Fair and Living Green Expo on Thursday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., a free public event coordinated by environmental studies students and CLC’s Green Team. Exhibitors will offer energy-saving tips, products, and services. A panel of seven …

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Writers Conference

The second annual Central Lakes College Writers Conference was held April 8 on the Brainerd campus, with Pequot Lakes author Candance Simar as the keynote speaker. CLC faculty joined Candace to present break-out sessions for those attending the free afternoon event. The instructors were Donna Salli, Ryan Deblock, Leane Perius, …

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Fine Arts Festival

Central Lakes College students and community band members were among the 400 participants to perform in the Grand Concert at the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Two-Year College Fine Arts Association Music Festival April 9 at Breezy Point. The concert was free and open to the public. It featured three …

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National place-winners

The Sigma Delta chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association’s national grand chapter, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, represented Central Lakes College at the 73rd nation-wide conference in Portland, Ore. Sigma Delta brought home several awards, including first place in criminal law for instructor Dave Stumpf (pictured), who also was named Regional …

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President’s Scholarship

Mike Hallgren Shelby Smith Krisann Gray Sarah Frisch Four Central Lakes College students have been awarded the President’s Scholarship for Academic and Leadership Achievement at Central Lakes College. Receiving $400 each for the spring semester were Mike Hallgren and Sarah Frisch, both of Brainerd; Shelby Smith, Staples; and Krisann Gray, …

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Softball team sweeps

Ashly Erickson earned two victories and the Central Lakes Raiders combined for 41 hits in their 16-4, 13-1 sweep of Vermilion Sunday, April 18. In Game one, Brittany Gravelle (left) knocked out three doubles and Ashley Rodriguez hammered two. CLC had a total of 23 hits in the 16 run …

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Book signing

Joe Plut, retired Central Lakes College instructor, will sign copies of his book, “Conversations with Jon Hassler,” on Thursday, May 6 from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Jon Hassler Library on the Brainerd campus. The book features interviews with his former CLC colleague, including numerous revelations on characters and …

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Softball April 14

In a Northern Division Minnesota College Athletic Conference doubleheader April 14 between the Central Lakes College Raiders and Rainy River Voyagers in Brainerd, each team won and each team lost. After claiming a 5-0 victory in Game One, the CLC Raiders watched as Rainy River rolled out to an early …

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Scholarships

The Central Lakes College Foundation has announced eight CLC-bound scholarship recipients from the Holden Project Achieve Endowment fund. Each receives $1,500 for the 2010-11 academis year. They are Beau Ekelund, Aitkin High School; Aaron Dosh and Hannah Rennaker, Brainerd High School; Kyler Helmin and Matthew Martin, Pillager High School; Baliegh …

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