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NR club honored

The Natural Resources Club at Central Lakes College,
Brainerd, has been named Volunteer of the Year at Crane Meadows National Wildlife
Refuge. The award
was presented at a recent annual meeting of the Friends of Crane Meadows, a
dinner event held at the Little Falls VFW. The CLC student
club each year provides volunteers at two major events held at the Crane
Meadows/Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge Complex. They are the backyard Bird
Habitat Day in December and the Habitat Day in March, which will next be held
March 10. This is the 12th year for the day dedicated to ducks and
bluebirds. The college
club raises funds to contribute $250 to materials used at each event and is
thus among the co-sponsors. NR instructor Dr. Bill Faber (shown right) serves on the board of the Friends of Crane Meadows
NWR. He and colleague Gary Carson accepted the award for the club from Anne Sittauer and Paul Soler (shown left) of Crane Meadows.

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