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CLC Students Treated to Thanksgiving Meal

It’s no fun being alone on a holiday and Central Lakes College (CLC) student Corie Weaver decided to do something about that. Her efforts and the efforts of other volunteers and donors to organize a Thanksgiving banquet for students opened up her eyes to the generosity of the Brainerd community. …

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Merry Tuba Christmas

The CLC Music Department will once again sponsor the annual get-together of low brass players known as MERRY TUBA CHRISTMAS. Each year all across the country, Tuba, Euphonium (baritone horn) players and, in this case Trombone players assemble to share the season and the music of Christmas with other low …

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Rosenmeier Biographer Featured at Forum

Steve Dornfeld will present at the Rosenmeier Center Forum on Monday, December 2nd at 7 pm at Central Lakes College’s Chalberg Theater in Brainerd. Dornfeld, who is writing a biography of the State Senator, states that Gordon Rosenmeier was perhaps the most powerful Senator of his time. Award-winning journalist Steve …

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Cultural Thursday: SPAIN – Revisited

Central Lakes College Cultural Thursday will be traveling to Spain on December 5th at noon in the Chalberg Theater. Speaker Jan Kurtz, Spanish and Latin American Studies Instructor, will start with a brief background orientation presented to her before her first trip to Seville, Spain. “I was a junior at …

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CLC Instructor Receives Meritorious Service Medal

Dave Davis, Criminal Justice Instructor at Central Lakes College was recently awarded the Meritorious Service Medal. The Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) is a military award presented to members of the United States Armed Forces who distinguished themselves by outstanding meritorious achievement or service to the United States. The award was …

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CLC Fall Band Concert

The CLC Community Band starting it’s 21st year will perform music from England and Scotland in its Fall Concert, “Pubs and Pipers”. The music will feature familiar melodies from both countries as well as well known English band classics such as the Gustav Holst “First Suite in Eb for Military …

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New Rosenmeier Center Board Members

The Gordon Rosenmeier Center for State and Local Government has added the following new board members. Laura Raedeke Since moving to Nisswa, MN in 2001, Laura Raedeke has served as organist at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Nisswa, and at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Brainerd.  Raedeke …

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