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Mary Sam honored

Mary Sam, Director of Diversity and Student Affairs at Central Lakes College, is a 2010 recipient of the Minnesota League of Human Rights Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions concerning human rights issues. Described as a “seasoned activist,” Mary received the award Dec. 3 from the Minnesota League of Human Rights …

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Mental health video

Students in Communication Art and Design at Central Lakes College recently completed a video project on behalf of the regional Mental Health Advisory Council. The 35-minute video, “Holding the Hope: Our Journey to Recovery,” was made with the help of students as well as staff from the Minnesota Mental Health …

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State award nominee

Stacy O’Connell, a Central Lakes College student, has been nominated for one of three $1,000 Minnesota Trio Association scholarships. The scholarships are the Ronald McKinley, the Bruce Vento Memorial, and the Paul and Sheila Wellstone Memorial. She was selected for the competition from 180 CLC Trio participants. Trio is a …

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Surprise for his 60th

Rick Otteson, longtime Central Lakes College Buildings and Grounds supervsior, was treated to a surprise 60th birthday celebration over the lunch hour Thursday, Dec. 16 on the Brainerd campus. He was called to a routine meeting, but a few minutes into the session he was met in the college administrative …

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Player of the Week

Central Lakes College sophomore Kendall Brown of St. Cloud is the Minnesota College Athletic Conference Southern Division men’s basketball Player of the Week ending Jan. 8. The 6-7 forward was instrumental in helping third-ranked CLC (18-0 as of Jan. 13) to wins over No. 2 Rochester and Minnesota State Community …

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Tribute to Dominique

As Central Lakes College says goodbye to Dominique Corder today (Jan. 12) in a noon-hour memorial, columnist Rachel Blount paid tribute in the StarTribune newspaper, commenting on the death of the Raider quarterback who died Jan. 1 in his hometown of Indianapolis. The 20-year-old was murdered outside his grandmother’s house …

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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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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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‘Outstanding Project’

At its annual meeting Feb. 16 in Alexandria, the WesMin Resource Conservation and Development Council recognized as Outstanding Project a seminar hosted by Central Lakes College in Staples. The Steve Kenyon Year-Round Grazing System seminar held Jan. 19-11, 2010 at CLC, Staples, was honored for drawing more than 100 participants …

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Students win awards

Fifteen Central Lakes College students from the Staples campus have earned awards in graphic design and photography competition sponsored by the St. Cloud-based Advertising/Marketing Federation of Central Minnesota. Selection of the most creative entries is effected by a scoring process in which a panel of judges evaluates all creative dimensions …

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