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Public Access Videophone

A public videophone installed at Central Lakes College on the Brainerd campus across from the computer commons will mean better access for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community at CLC. This site was selected due to its location that is always open and which can serve as a public access point …

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Graduation events

Minnesota’s attorney general and secretary of state are the scheduled 2011 graduation speakers for Central Lakes College. Mark Ritchie, the state’s 21st secretary of state, will give the commencement address to Staples campus graduates in a ceremony that starts at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 11 in the Staples-Motley High …

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Sports update

SoftballThe Central Lakes College Raiders fast-pitch softball team dropped two games to Hibbing Saturday. CLC lost the first game 12-10 despite Trisha Wippler’s 3-for-5 effort at the plate, which included three runs, five RBIs and two home runs. Dani Thiesse had four hits with three runs, an RBI and three …

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Employee recognition

Ten Central Lakes College employees will be honored as retirees during the 2011 Employee Recognition Event on May 13 in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus. They are Russ Jenkins, welding; Terry Fairbanks, criminal justice; Shirley Johnson, Staples information center; Gerald “Butch” Goltz, Staples maintenance; Lee Todnem, farm business management; …

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Egg hunt

Erich Heppner, director of student life at Central Lakes College, reports that the Staples Student Senate held a very successful Egg Hunt for students, faculty, staff, and their families on Saturday, April 23. “We had a total of 60 children at the Staples Campus searching high and low for over …

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CLC satellite site at Pine River

Central Lakes College and the Pine River-Backus School District have agreed to offer college courses in Pine River starting around Oct. 1, 2011. Kelly McCalla (left), CLC dean of liberal arts and sciences, promises the college will offer CLC courses taught by local teachers with master’s degrees, as long as …

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Welding lab assistant

Paul Bremer has been hired as a seasonal, part-time welding lab assistant at Central Lakes College, starting April 18, 2011. Paul is from Brainerd. He received a CLC welding certificate as well as an Associate in Science degree in pre-engineering and also has training in criminal justice(Hibbing, Bemidji State), carpentry …

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Photo contest winners

A record 559 entries from 76 photographers made history in the 44th annual Central Lakes College Photo Contest. Submissions came from 31 communities. Contest coordinator Larry Kellerman awarded ribbons to 93 firsts, 162 seconds, and 208 thirds. Brandi Jerby, Wadena, captured Best of Theme in Glass, followed by Megan Maki, …

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$8,000 for CLC students

The Brainerd Lakes Chapter of Muskies Inc. has presented a check for $8,000 to the Central Lakes College Foundation for scholarships to students in the CLC Natural Resources and Natural Resources Law Enforcement programs in Brainerd. The Hugh C. Becker Scholarship Foundation, which provides financial support to states with muskie …

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Picciano honored

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees Wednesday presented the system’s highest academic honor, the Educator of the Year Award, to four faculty members from Central Lakes College, Inver Hills Community College, Rochester Community and Technical College, and Ridgewater College. The four honorees were selected from among 33 …

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