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Locks of Love

The second Locks of Love event at Central Lakes College is today (Wed., May 4) from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Brainerd campus. Locks of Love is a non-profit organization that accepts donated hair and resources to provide hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children under age 21 with medical hair …

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American Indian Educators Summit

Central Lakes College is a co-host of the May 2 and 3 American Indian Education Summit at Grand View Lodge, Nisswa. This Minnesota State Colleges and Universities event featured a panel on institutional leadership May 2. Mary Sam, Director of Diversity at CLC, moderated the one-hour program, and President Dr. …

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17-7 softball team heads to State

The Central Lakes College softball team takes its late-season surge to the Minnesota College Athletic Conference tournament Friday at Cloquet in search of post-season opportunity. CLC swept Vermilion on Monday, led by Stephanie Neugebauer’s three home runs. In the regular-season finale at Ely, Stephanie and Trisha Wippler provided the bat …

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Brainerd campus librarian

Pam Wible, our new Brainerd campus librarian, comes from the north central part of Iowa: Forest City, where Winnebago Motor Homes are manufactured. She qualified for IPERS, and last June took early retirement from the Forest City Community School District ,where she taught Freshman English for 21 years and then …

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Instructor to lead national webinar

Kari Frisch, an online speech instructor at Central Lakes College, will lead a one-hour, national webinar, “How’d You Do That? Tips and Tricks That Might Account for My 95 Percent Retention Rate,” on May 10. Kari was selected to be a presenter by the Washington, D.C.-based Instructional Technology Council, which …

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Cultural Thursday: Germany

Barbara Felix from the Bavaria region of Germany will present the next free Cultural Thursday program on May 5 at noon in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College. Barbara has been at the Brainerd campus through the year-long exchange program, Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals. …

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Graduate earns state honor

Jennifer Perez, a 2007 graduate of Central Lakes College in Brainerd, has been named a 2011 Minnesota Trio Achiever. Jennifer, the first CLC graduate to attain the honor, received the award at the annual Trio conference in Chaska. Trio is a national student support program that helps low-income and first-generation …

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George Winston concert

The Central Lakes College Foundation presents George Winston in concet for its annual fundraising event at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Aug. 12 in Tornstrom Auditorium. George plays over 100 solo piano concerts a year in America and beyond, inspired by the seasons. These concerts feature a variety of styles, including his …

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Raiders still in the race

Trisha Wippler went 3-for-7 with a double and home run as the Central Lakes College softball team continued its late-season push toward the MCAC state tournament with a sweep of the Itasca Vikings in Northern Division play Friday. “Incredible defensive plays by both teams,” Raiders coach Greg Medeck said. “It …

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Career Exploration at Staples

The Staples campus of Central Lakes College on Friday, April 29 hosted a Career Exploration Day for more than 200 students from area high schools. The students were allowed to choose three career areas to explore during sessions led by instructors, lab assistants, or students at the college. Programs featured …

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