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Basketball vs. Ridgewater

Men roll to 23rd winThe Central Lakes College men’s basektball team, ranked second in the nation, defeated the Ridgewater Warriors 92-64 in a Minnesota College Athletic Conference Southern Division matchup Sat., Feb. 5 in Brainerd. The win was CLC’s 23rd in 24 games. Nash Faulk made his first five shots, …

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Plut to present

Joe Plut, retired Central Lakes College English and humanities instructor, will give two presentations on his late friend and former CLC colleague Jon Hassler in Alexandria in March. Joe, author of “Conversations with Jon Hassler,” will be part of the Community Read event honoring Jon Hassler March 24. The city …

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Cultural Thursday

Heidi Purdy and Abra Fisk presented the February Cultural Thursday Feb. 3 on the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College, showing images from last May’s trip to Mexico. Their journey included a short stint of schooling in the Spanish language, delivery of donated clothing to Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (Our Little …

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Instrumental concert

The Central Lakes College Instrumental Music Department on Tuesday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m. presents “Snowdrift Serenade,” the winter concert featuring the CLC Jazz Band, the CLC Brass Ensemble and, for the second year, the CLC Woodwind Ensemble. The concert will be in the Music Rehearsal Hall on the Brainerd …

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Giving kids a smile

Melissa Quintana of Brainerd cleaned the teeth of Kheldon Stich, 6, at Give Kids a Smile Day Thursday (Feb. 3) in the Community Dental Clinic at Central Lakes College in Brainerd. The annual Minnesota Dental Association event throughout the state provides free dental services to about 7,000 children age 3-18, …

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Basketball vs. Rochester

Men lose first after 22 winsThe second-ranked NJCAA Division III Central Lakes College Raiders , after winning their first 22 games this season, lost at third-ranked Rochester, 68-57, Wed., Feb. 2. Marcus Ayala was the only Raider to score in double figures with 15 points. “This was a really physical …

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New chancellor

Steven Rosenstone, vice president for scholarly and cultural affairs, and professor of political science at the University of Minnesota, was selected Wed., Feb. 2 as the next chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities in a 14-1 vote by the Board of Trustees. “I am excited that we have …

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Gaelic Storm

The internationally known Celtic band Gaelic Storm will present a concert in Brainerd as part of the Cultural Arts Series sponsored by Central Lakes College on Wed., Feb. 23. Tickets to the 7:30 p.m. concert in Tornstrom Auditorium are $16 for adults, $12 for seniors age 60-up, $8 for high …

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Folk dance

On February 9th from 6-8 p.m., Central Lakes College Spanish Club is sponsoring a free International Folk Dance with Paul Wilson and Mary Abendroth of the Nisswa Stammen Festival instructing. They will be teaching circle and line dances from a variety of countries. The dance will be held in Room …

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Fantasy camp

Pat Held, Central Lakes College head baseball coach, and his wife Carolyn recently attended a Minnesota Twins Fantasy Camp in Ft. Meyers, Fla., and the experience fulfilled one of their dreams as longtime fans of the sport. Tina Snell of the Morrison County Record reports that the Helds, from Motley, …

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