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‘Drowsy Chaperone’

Central Lakes College Theatre presents “The Drowsy Chaperone,” an award-winning musical, in John Chalberg Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24-26 and March 2, 3, and 5 and 2 p.m. March 6. It has been called the funniest musical of the 21st century. Playing the Broadway star Janet Van DeGraaff is …

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Ag & Energy Expo

The Staples campus of Central Lakes College will host the first Ag & Energy Expo on Friday, Feb. 18, a free event that features a farmer-professor as keynote speaker. Randall Reeder of Ohio State University, who has been involved in agriculture his entire life, will discuss soil management, food/agricultural and …

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Basketball vs. M State

Men’s team is 22-0On Jan. 29 in the Brainerd campus gym, Nick Grewe finished with 15 points and nine rebounds as the NJCAA Division III third-ranked Central Lakes College Raiders outlasted 10th-ranked Minnesota State Community and Technical College, 74-61, to stay unbeaten. The Raiders are 7-0 in the Southern Division, …

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Picciano elected

Betsy Picciano, director of secondary relations at Central Lakes College, has been elected president of the Minnesota Association of Developmental Education and will assume her leadership duties in 2012. MNADE is the state affiliate of a national organization dedicated to helping learners at all levels of preparedness realize their full …

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Nursing students’ extra effort

Members of the AD Nursing Club at Central Lakes College recently participated in two voluntary training activities. On Jan. 15 a total of 35 students signed up for a Saturday of disaster training from the American Red Cross with trainer Janice Springer of the St. Cloud office in the Lecture …

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Meet Raz – CLC mascot

The Student Senate at Central Lakes College has announced the arrival of a Central Lakes College mascot. Raz the Raider is the new symbol of student spirit, prepared to rally support for athletic teams and any other occasion suited to exemplifying all things Raider. The Student Senate reports that the …

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Brain Busters

Fifteen Central Lakes College Spanish Club students participated in the American Association of University Women – Brainerd branch’s fourth annual Brain Buster Jan. 22 at Northland Arboretum. The trivia event raised approximately $900 for the Central Lakes College Scholarship fund. Fourteen teams competed, answering questions posed by Dan Hegstad and …

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Ice Fishing Extravaganza

International students attending Central Lakes College toured the Brainerd Jaycees $150,000 Ice Fishing Extravaganza on a well-frozen Gull Lake Sat., Jan. 22, where they met Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton on the ice for a cold winter photo opp and a warming-up huddle with State Rep. John Ward, Dayton’s escort for …

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New Upward Bound adviser

Josh Zaborowski of St. Cloud is a new TRiO Upward Bound adviser at Central Lakes College. He is a recent Bemidji State University graduate in psychology. Josh was a lead tutor mentor for three years in the Upward Bound program, implementing policies dealing with high school students as well as …

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CLC basketball

Men win 21stMarcus Ayala scored 20 points as the third -ranked NJCAA Division III Central Lakes College Raiders downed another Southern Division opponent, defeating Minnesota West, 85-59, Wed., Jan. 26 at Worthington to make it 21-0 on the year. Kwamaine Johnson added 11 and Nick Grewe 10. The Raiders got …

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