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Farm forum

Gene Hugoson, Minnesota Commissioner of Agriculture, will be the featured speaker at Thursday’s Farm Forum at the Staples campus of Central Lakes College. The event, including lunch, is free and open to all area producers and agribusiness persons. It runs from 10 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., when a biodiesel demonstration …

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New advisers

Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, has hired Megan Olson (immediate left) and Susan Roering as part-time TRiO/Upward Bound Student Support Services advisers. Both began working at the comprehensive community and technical college on Nov. 24. These academic advisers work in cooperation with administrators, counselors, faculty, staff, tutors, and mentors …

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EZ Enrollment for spring

Central Lakes College registration for spring 2011 classes is under way. On Nov. 18 the Brainerd campus hosted the first EZ Enrollment Day for this purpose, and 110 students attended to register in a single day. EZ Enrollment provides a great opportunity for students to complete all of the Enrollment …

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European tour a first for band

The Central Lakes College Community Band in Brainerd is finalizing its arrangements for the July 2011 Central European Tour, the first of its kind for the instrumental music program at the community and technical college. The musicians and traveling companions will be traveling to Prague, Vienna, and Budapest. The Band …

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Performances added

Due to demand, the Central Lakes College young performers troupe Adventures ‘n’ Theatre has added two performances of the musical production of “A Christmas Carol” on Sat., Dec.11 at 7:30 p.m. and Sun., Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. Sold-out performances are Fri., Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Sat., Dec. 11 …

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Holiday blues help

If you’re a student, December means more than upcoming holiday fun with family and friends. It means crunch time, with looming final exams and due dates for final projects and papers that are coming fast. These stressors can be overwhelming, leaving many students feeling anxious or depressed. During this vulnerable …

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Grant for healthcare training

HealthForce Minnesota has awarded Central Lakes College a $24,700 grant for fiscal year 2011. The diversity grant will enable CLC to recruit and train under-represented students and adults within the Mille Lacs community with a focus on the American Indian community. It is aimed at those who are interested in …

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Dental Club fundraiser

The Dental Assistant Club at Central Lakes College is raising funds to help students pay for state and federal licensure exams that cost up to $500 and are required for credentialing. Club members are offering dental-strength professional Crest Whitestrips Supreme at $43 for a box of 84 strips. “This is …

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Economic impact of CLC

How do Brainerd Lakes Area and the state of Minnesota benefit from the presence of Central Lakes College? A recent comprehensive study by Economic Modeling Specialists Inc., Moscow, Idaho, offers data of the significant role CLC plays for not only graduates but taxpayers who benefit from a larger economy and …

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Ex-university prof to teach new class

A former University of Minnesota horticulturist will teach the new Fruits and Vegetables course offered at Central Lakes College in Brainerd when the spring term begins Jan. 10. Mervin Eisel has written numerous reference guides for growers of woody plants, garden perennials and other horticultural topics. The associate professor emeritus …

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