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Old-Fashioned Game Day

Central Lakes College Child Development students on Tuesday, April 26 will sponsor Old-Fashioned Game Day from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Commons area and outside the south entrance (weather-permitting) onthe Brainerd campus. This free event includes kite making and flying, Go Fish, Slap Jack, and other card games, …

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5K walk/run

The Staples Campus Student Senate of Central Lakes College is sponsoring the Tour de Staples 5K Walk/Freedom Run Saturday, May 7 to benefit the CLC Veterans Resource Center. Community veterans at this event will be on hand to accept donations for Staples All-Veterans Park.The 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) race for runners starts …

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National awards

The Sigma Delta chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association’s national grand chapter, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, represented Central Lakes College at the 74th national ACJA conference in Memphis, Tenn. Sigma Delta earned nine awards, including first place in physical agility for Cherelle Boleman, Brainerd (pictured), in the age 36-up division. …

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Raider softball team 4-4

Central Lakes College ‘s Stephanie Neugebauer, Northern Division Player of the Week in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference, on Tuesday showed why she deserved the honor. Her game-winning double in the bottom of the eighth produced a 4-3 win over Itasca at Findorff Field. Neugebauer’s hit up the middle scored …

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Softball games at CLC

Due to conditions on opponents’ softball fields, weather-permitting Central Lakes College will host three doubleheaders this week at Findorff Field in Brainerd. The games are set for Tuesday, April 5 vs. Itasca at 3 p.m., Friday, April 8 vs. Northland at 3 p.m., and Saturday, April 9 vs. Hibbing at …

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Baseball team loses

STORM LAKE, IOWA — The Central Lakes College Raiders baseball team lost four games over the weekend. On Sunday, the Raiders fell to Mesabi 8-0 and Minnesota West 5-2. On Saturday, they lost to Rochester 7-1 and Mesabi Range, 19-0. During Sunday’s loss to Mesabi, Cody Stange went 2-for-3 and …

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Celebration of Nations

About 500 attended the second annual Celebration of Nations at Central Lakes College on Friday, April 1. The Brainerd campus gym was filled with activities, including games for all ages and exhibits, food, and performances showcasing cultures around the world. Hosting the program were students from the International Club, Diversity …

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Children’s theatre

The public performances of Central Lakes College’s Children’s Theatre production of Tinytown –A Very, Very Poor Village” will be Saturday April 16 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in the Dryden Theatre on the Brainerd campus. Loosely based on the story “Stone Soup.” the play is written by Dennis Lamberson. …

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Health fair

Nearly 400 students from grades 5-12 attended the Mille Lacs Area Health Career Fair for Isle, Onamia, and Nay-Ah-Shing Tribal School in Onamia Friday, April 1. A portion of the fair was open to the public as well for health screenings. “This was a great opportunity for students to experience …

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Voter ID forum April 13

State Representatives Steve Simon (D–District 44A) and Mary Kiffmeyer (R–District 16B) will express their opposing views on the controversial Voter ID issue in a program hosted by the Gordon Rosenmeier Center for State and Local Government at 7 p.m., Wed., April 13 in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus of …

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