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Honoree wears many hats

Betsy Picciano of Central Lakes College, one of four college instructors in Minnesota to receive the highest academic honor, Educator of the Year for 2011, has worn many hats in 33 years as an educator.The Board of Trustees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system selected the versatile educator …

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Cooperative education

Tim Walker, a process engineer at Pequot Tool and Manufacturing, Inc., has worked in tool and die making, die design, machine design, machine programming, process engineering, and corporate geometric design and tolerancing consultation and training during his 30-year career. Recently, Tim presented four sessions of training to students in the …

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CLC magazine

Ripple Effect, the 2011 Central Lakes College magazine, has been distributed through the United States Postal Service to about 60,000 area postal patrons in our region. Some of the articles and additional features not in the printe version are available online at http://www.clcripple-effect.com/ You will find these titles: Student athletes …

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New 911 dispatcher training tool

911 Emergency Dispatchers, and those who may want to be, now have a tool at Central Lakes College unavailable at any other college campus in Minnesota. An interactive web-based emergency simulator system has been installed thanks to a grant for about $40,000 worth of equipment — four stations with TTY …

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College will stay open

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system — including Central Lakes College — will remain open this summer even if other parts of state government shut down July 1, system officials announced today (June 15). Officials were notified by Gov. Mark Dayton’s office thatthe system will receive the support needed from …

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Two top grads from Thailand

Two best friends from Thailand came to Central Lakes College to follow their dreams of success in America. They excelled, graduating with honors to earn admission to the University of Minnesota. Nutthanit Towan (top) earned her first university degree at age 20 after demonstrating exceptional leadership and community service qualities …

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Volleyball camp

Central Lakes College Raider Volleyball Camps are under way in the Brainerd campus gymnasium. Under the direction of Head Coach Jane Peterson, the camps offer skills development to junior high through junior olympic players. Setter/Hitter Camp is June 13-16 from 9 a.m. to noon, giving junior high players anintroduction to …

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Chancellor visits

Dr. Steven Rosenstone, chancellor-designate of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system (MnSCU), visited Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, on Thursday, June 9. He spent an hour with CLC President Dr. Larry Lundblad, followed by a 90-minute lunch meeting with members of the CLC Regional Advisory Committee and other …

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Summer women’s basketball

Central Lakes College will offer a summer women’s basketball league for graduating seniors and older. The league will play on Wednesdays beginning June 15 and play through July. Each team will have 6-8 players. Cost will be $30 per player. There is no team fee. Players can enter with a …

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Former Raider makes debut

Former Central Lakes College player Braden Lee pitched two innings Tuesday in his debut for the Ozark Generals baseball club out of Springfield, Mo. Lee, a junior right-hander from Granite Falls, transferred from CLC to the University of St. Mary, an NAIA school in Leavenworth, Kans., this spring. The Ozark …

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