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Memorandum of Understanding

Central Lakes College will expand its service-learning opportunities for nursing students during the forthcoming academic year and on a long-term basis, according to a Memorandum of Understanding signed Aug. 5. Dr. Larry Lundblad, president of CLC, and Mark Schmitz, superintendent of the Staples-Motley School District (Independent School District 2170), enacted …

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George Winston concert postponed

The Friday, Aug. 12 benefit concert by Grammy Award-winner George Winston for the Central Lakes College Foundation has been postponed. Winston’s management firm, Dancing Cat, issued this statement regarding the postponement: “Due to circumstances beyond our control it has become necessary to postpone and reschedule several of George Winston’s upcoming …

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European tour success

The 44-member Central Lakes College Community Band experienced its inaugural European Concert Tour July 18-28, making music and traveling to where some of the most beautiful music in history was created. Ten companions accompanied the musicians, who performed for five audiences in four countries. They played in Prague, Vienna and …

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SEaM Camp

STAPLES – Thirty-two youths in grades 7 -12 attended the sixth annual Summer Engineering and Manufacturing Camp at Central Lakes College in Staples July 11-15. SEaM camp is an opportunity to experience hands-on electronics, motor controllers, mechanical drafting, manufacturing machining, and robotics automated systems. Participants built robots for competition using …

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New chancellor

Please join Central Lakes College in welcoming Steven Rosenstone as the new chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. For more information about the new chancellor, go to www.mnscu.edu/media/newsreleases/current/article.php5?id=234.

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Information Night at Pine River

College Information Night for residents of Central Cass County is scheduled for Pine River-Backus High School on Aug. 8 from 5 to 8 p.m. This is a free, public event offered by Central Lakes College and its partners in the new Community Outreach courses offered in Pine River starting this …

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Fringe Festival

Central Lakes College Theatre Department will present “Ole and Lena and The Great Big Walleye” as part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival Aug. 4-14. The Minnesota Fringe Festival is the largest festival of its kind in the United States and one of the biggest performing arts festivals in the Midwest. …

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Legislature and governor approve $132 million in bonding projects for Minnesota State Colleges and Universities

Appropriation for biennial operating budget also approved The Legislature and governor authorized $132 million for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system to repair and upgrade existing facilities, and better accommodate enrollment growth and needs for science and technology programs. “These projects are ready to go and once they’re complete …

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George Winston concert

Pianist George Winston will present a solo concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 12 in Tornstrom Auditorium, Brainerd, as a fundraiser for the Central Lakes College Foundation. George performs a variety of styles, including his melodic folk piano, stride piano, New Orleans R&B piano, Vince Guaraldi’s Peanuts pieces, songs …

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Offices closed July 14

Student service offices at Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, will be closed to the public Thursday, July 14 to accommodate staff training. Closures at the Brainerd campus include the business office, financial aid, records and registration, admissions, and the TRiO student support services office. All offices at the Staples …

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