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New member

Lt. Col. Scott St. Sauver, since June the post commander at the Camp Ripley National Guard Training Site, is a new member of the President’s Regional Advisory Committee at Central Lakes College. CLC President Dr. Larry Lundblad welcomed Scott to the group at its Aug. 10 meeting on the Brainerd …

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‘The Rock Farm’

The Finnish actors who were part of the cast, accompanied by directors Tuire Hindikka (left) and Patrick Spradlin, met with CLC President Larry Lundblad on Aug. 9 before returning to Finland. Playwright Donna Salli of the CLC English faculty, stands behind her young Finnish acting friends, Susanna Kohonen, Kerttu Pyy, …

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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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International students

Central Lakes College is hosting nine students in the Community College for International Development program during the 2010-11 academic year. They arrived Aug. 1 to meet their mentor families, who maintain regular contact with the students and participate in activities to augment the time at CLC. The students reside near …

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Social entrepreneur

In 2002, when Simon Stumpf left Pierz Healy High School and took a year’s worth of classes at Central Lakes College, he was already embracing change. Advocacy was in his nature. In 2006 he graduated with honors from Yale University, majoring in anthropology and African studies. This academic path has …

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Senator at CLC

Minnesota Sen. Al Franken came to the Business & Industry Center at Central Lakes College today (Aug. 25) for a discussion with regional panelists about the state of the economy as relates to unemployment and business growth. Rebecca Best, dean of workforce, economic and regional development, was among the contributors …

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Sept. 2 program on Haiti

Haiti is the Sept. 2 topic for the first Cultural Thursday program of the new academic year at Central Lakes College, Brainerd. The free, 50-minute public event starts at noon in the Lecture Hall (E354). It will showcase the work of a medical mission team that spent six days treating …

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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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Trustee Krinkie visits

Phil Krinkie from the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities board of trustees toured the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College on Friday, Sept. 10 during a two-hour visit hosted by CLC President Dr. Larry Lundblad. One stop was the Humphrey Center for American Indian Studies housed in the Skone Family …

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New physics instructor

Central Lakes College welcomes Yoshinao “Yoshi” Hirai as a full-time physics instructor with the start of the Fall Semester 2010. Yoshi comes to CLC after a year at Rochester Community and Technical College and two years prior as an assistant professor (fixed term) at St. Cloud State University. He earned …

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