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Gaelic Storm draws crowd

The Celtic quintet Gaelic Storm performed for an audience of nearly 700 winter-weary fans Wed., Feb. 23 in Tornstrom Auditorium at the Washington Education Building in Brainerd. The concert was sponsored by the Cultural Arts Series at Central Lakes College. The audience included fans who drove from Grand Rapids, Hinckley, …

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Fabulous Armadillos March 11

The Central Lakes College Cultural Arts Series presents the Fabulous Armadillos performing “Motown & Soul,” a full-band, multi-media, story-telling event with Motown and Memphis soul music, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 11 in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus. The Fabulous Armadillos, said to be in a constant state …

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Raiders No. 4 in nation

The Central Lakes College Raiders are ranked fourth in this week’s National Junior College Athletic Association Division III men’s basketball poll. The team tied for the Southern Division regular-season title in Minnesota College Athletic Association competition, which concludes this weekend at the state tournament in Coon Rapids. The champion advances …

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‘Outstanding Project’

At its annual meeting Feb. 16 in Alexandria, the WesMin Resource Conservation and Development Council recognized as Outstanding Project a seminar hosted by Central Lakes College in Staples. The Steve Kenyon Year-Round Grazing System seminar held Jan. 19-11, 2010 at CLC, Staples, was honored for drawing more than 100 participants …

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Students volunteer

The Central Lakes College Student Senate recently provided volunteers from both the Staples and Brainerd campuses to assist with the Confidence Learning Center Winter Special Olympics. Steve Sabin (pictured), Matthew Salge, Sharaea Barrlett-Eggleston, and Samantha Laderer provided assistance to 235 area high school special needs students during events that included …

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Commissioner at Farm & Energy Expo

Dave Frederickson (left), Minnesota Commissioner of Agriculture, attended the Feb. 18 Farm & Energy Expo at the Staples campus of Central lakes College. CLC President Larry Lundblad welcomed the commissioner and about 200 others at the inaugural event co-sponsored by Mid Central Federal Savings Bank. Commissioner Frederickson addressed the assembly …

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Basketball vs. Mn West

Men: Faulk leads winBehind Nash Faulk’s 28 points, the Central Lakes College men’s basketball team defeated Minnesota West 80-56 Feb. 19 at CLC. The nationally ranked Raiders are now 25-2 on the year. On the same day Rochester lost to Anoka-Ramsey 73-64 giving CLC a share of the Northern Division …

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Snow Days

Snow Days are upon us at Central Lakes College, according to Erich Heppner, director of student life. The Staples Campus has events Feb. 22-25, including a Medallion Hunt with a $50 gas card as top prize, and dress-up days for Favorite decade (Tuesday), Ugly Sweater (Wednesday), Formal Dress (Thursday), and …

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Photo contest

“Glass” is the theme for the 44th annual photo contest on the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College beginning April 18, according to coordinator Larry Kellerman. The public contest has traditional photo entry categories of “landscape,” “portrait,” “action,” “creative,” “birds,” “animals,” “flowers,” and “children.” And each year there is a …

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Looking for sun spots

Astronomy students at Central Lakes College had a good excuse for getting outside, even briefly, on Wed., Feb. 16. Their instructor in the class held on the Brainerd campus insisted they have a gander at the mid-day sun. David Kobilka asked his class to work in small groups to discern …

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