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Featured speaker

Pat Swarthout, Central Lakes College business management instructor, will be a featured speaker at the Congress of Minnesota Resorts spring workshop at the Hampton Inn and Suites South Shore Conference Center, Bemidji, March 28. His presentation, “The Silver Bullet of Building Relationships in Tourism,” asks attendees to consider what may …

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Health Career Fair

ONAMIA – Elementary, middle school, and high school students will explore health careers through hands-on activities and professionals speaking about their careers on Friday, April 1 in Onamia at a Health Career Fair. Central Lakes College will be represented by the Nursing and Medical Assistant programs as well as through …

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Minnecanos

The Central Lakes College Spanish Club and Resource Center for Languages and Cultures of the Americas presents “Minnecanos,” a bilingual, multicultural production by Mixed Blood Theatre, on Thursday, April 21 at noon in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus. The performance is free. In this acclaimed production, an old Chicano …

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Students tour DC, NYC

Over spring break the nine Community Colleges for International Development students attending Central Lakes College took a field trip to Washington, D.C. and New York City to fulfill global leadership development requirements of their one-year scholarship opportunity in the United States. They visited the White House, the U.S. Capitol, Washington …

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Bridges Career Exploration

The Bridges Career Exploration Day at Central Lakes College in Brainerd on March 11 drew more than 2,300 high school students from the following schools to sample more than 150 career options through interaction with professionals in business, public service, and higher education: Bertha-Hewitt, Brainerd, Brainerd AEC, Browerville, Crosby-Ironton, Eagle …

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‘An Enemy of the People’

Commonweal Theater Company of Lanesboro, Minn. will present Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People” at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5 at Central Lakes College. This Cultural Arts Series presentation will be staged in the John Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus. Ibsen wrote it in response …

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Baseball vs. Division I

CRESTON, IOWA — Brad Ellingson finished 2-for-3 with an RBI as the Central Lakes College Raiders ended its week-long, season-opening road trip with an 18-2 loss to Southwestern Community College Saturday, March 19. CLC was outscored, 143-7, in those first nine games. Tim Chandler went 1-1 with an RBI and …

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Auditions

Central Lakes College Summer Theatre auditions are scheduled for Saturday, April 2 in the Dryden Theatre on the Brainerd campus. This summer’s productions are the musical “Annie” and the Ray Cooney farce “It Runs in The Family.” “Annie” needs a cast of 15 girls and five boys ages seven to …

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Free training

Central Lakes College, working with Rural Minnesota Concentrated Employment, Inc., is offering free training in renewable energy and energy efficiency. For dislocated workers and current business employees, the two-part series starts April 18 in the Business and Industry Center on the Brainerd campus. Space is limited, and there are eligibility …

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Tough competition

WILLBURTON, Okla. — The Central Lakes College Raiders were outscored 42-1 in a doubleheader loss against Eastern Oklahoma on Wed., March 16. Pete Lucken had the only hit for CLC in a 28-1 loss in the first game. In the second game, Jon Rempel was 2-for-2, Tim Chandler and Ted …

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