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Living with Alzheimer’s

Bailey Wachholz of Nisswa, 2012 Miss Minnesota’s Outstanding Teen, will give a teenager’s perspective on Alzheimer’s disease in the first day of a May 15 and 16 educational forum at Central Lakes College in Brainerd. The forum is sponsored by the Lakes Area Memory Awareness Advocates (LAMAA) and seven other …

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First-team All-American

Maurice Hernandez, a sophomore from St. Paul, is the first men’s basketball player from Central Lakes College to receive first team All-American honors. Mo was the leading scorer on the CLC team that finished fourth in the NJCAA Division III tournament. The Raiders were 29-4 this season and captured the …

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5-K Walk/Freedom Run

The Staples Campus Student Senate of Central Lakes College is sponsoring the Tour de Staples 5K Walk/Freedom Run Saturday, May 5 to benefit the CLC Veterans Resource Center. The 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) race for runners starts at 10:30 a.m., with the non-competitive walk beginning moments later. Registration is from 9 to …

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Raider softball team loses

St. Cloud Technical and Community College swept a non-division doubleheader from the Central Lakes College Raiders by scores of 10-1 and 7-3 on Tuesday. In the first game, Alanna Hansen (shown) doubled for one of the Raiders’ three hits and Becca Anderson drove in a run. Lena Montano pitched the …

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Music contest on Brainerd campus

The Subsection 24 solo and ensemble vocal music contest of the Minnesota State High School League will be held on the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College Wednesday, with up to 400 singers expected throughout the day. Schools entered are Bertha-Hewitt, Lake Region Christian, Menahga, New York Mills, Pequot Lakes, …

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Teaching practical finance

Central Lakes College instructor Bruce Klopfleisch and Gloria Palmer of Staples-Motley High School are partners in an effort to teach practical financial management skills to high school students. Bruce is helping incorporate his curriculum from the CLC course “Money Management Skills” into Gloria’s resource management class at the high school. …

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Raiders split

Nicole Marcy hit two doubles and drove in three runs for Central Lakes College in a 10-2 softball win vs. Hibbing in the second game Monday at Findorff Field. Kaylie Hanson, Carlie Sweet, Becca Anderson and Hayley Hornick all whacked two hits, with Sweet poking a triple and double. Kaylie …

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‘Art’ April 26-28 at CLC

“Art,” a witty Tony Award-winning play, will be performed by three local actors in Dryden Theatre on the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College, Brainerd, April 26-28 at 7:30 p.m. Presented through the Cultural Arts Series at CLC, the play features the talents of Erik Steen, Dan Rohr, and Patrick …

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Indian Civil Rights Act

Professor Tadd Johnson, department head and director of Graduate Studies in American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, presented a one-hour program on the American Indian Civil Rights Act at Central Lakes College in Brainerd today. His program was arranged in conjunction with Diversity Month at the college. Mary …

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Baseball report

Crossover tournament AUSTIN — Taz Seibert pitched a complete game and went 2 for 3 with a solo home run and three RBI to lead Central lakes College’s baseball Raiders to a 12-2 win vs. Fond du Lac in the Crossover Tournament Saturday. Taz struck out two, walked one, and …

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