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Nathan honored

The Central Lakes College Foundation recently honored Dale Nathan, a retired administrator and accounting instructor, at its annual faculty emeritus reception on the Brainerd campus. Nathan, who retired in 1985 after 22 years with the college, and wife of nearly 60 years, Ardis, had front-row seats for a program in …

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TRiO celebration

The TRiO/Student Support services program held its annual Graduate Celebration and Recognition Luncheon on May 10 at Prairie Bay. Fifty TRiO students are graduating this spring, completing their time in the program that provides support to students who are first-generation college students, low-income, or have a documented disability. The program …

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Energy resource adviser

Bob Hanson, a customized training representative at Central Lakes College, Brainerd, has earned recognition as an energy resource adviser, certified by completion of an online course and a two-day workshop at Lanesboro. He is the only affiliate of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system to receive ERA certification as …

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Military Friendly

Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, is among the nation’s top 15 percent of colleges, universities, and trade schools doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students. Victory Media, the veteran-owned publisher of Military Spouse and Vetrepreneur magazines, in its publication G.I. Jobs, named CLC with 30 other Military …

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Conference presenters

Central Lakes College employees Connie Frisch (right), director of nursing, and Pamela Nelson, online learning coordinator, presented at the international “Fusion 2010: Architects of Education” users conference July 12 at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Centre in Chicago. Accompanied by Michael Amick, dean of academic and technology service at CLC, …

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Coach honored

The Minnesota State High School Baseball Coaches Association has chosen Pat Held of Motley as recipient of the 2010 Dick Siebert Award named for the legendary University of Minnesota baseball coach. It is given to a coach who has “served Minnesota high school baseball with distinction, professionalism, involvement, and longevity.”Held …

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Player of Week

Defensive lineman Avery Smith of Central Lakes College is the Minnesota College Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week in the Southern Division. Smith, of Sioux Falls, S.D., had five tackles, two sacks and a fumble recovery in the Raiders’ 7-0 win over Northland.

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Coach honored

The Minnesota State High School Baseball Coaches Association on Oct. 30 honored Central Lakes College head baseball coach Pat Held of Motley as recipient of the 2010 Dick Siebert Award. It is given, in memory of the legendary U of M Gopher baseball coach considered to be the “father of …

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CJ Club wins 17 trophies

Central Lakes College’s Sigma Delta chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association (Lambda Alpha Epsilon) brought home 17 trophies in the 2010 Region 6 competition held Oct. 15-17 in Indianapolis, Ind. Competing in two divisions based number of student credits earned as well as professional/licensed peace officer categories, four club …

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Book nominated

“Conversations with Jon Hassler,” the book written by retired Central Lakes College instructor Joseph Plut of Crosby, has been nominated for the 23rd annual Minnesota Book Awards. It will be judged in the General Non-Fiction category on Jan. 31, 2011, when judges will meet to select five finalists. Winners will …

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