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Animal-friendly campus

A Brainerd Eagle Scout candidate is making the Central Lakes College campus in Brainerd animal-friendly. Joshua Hofmann has built 13 homes for birds and small mammals on the 121-acre campus near the Mississippi River. The sites range from small and close to the ground for Orchard Mason bees to a …

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SEaM Camp

Brady Dunham (right), 14, of Palisade and his cousin, Dylan Smith, 15, of LaPorte constructed a winning robot at the sixth annual Central Lakes College Summer Engineering and Manufacturing Camp. SEaM Camp is a week of entertaining education for grades 7-12, emphasizing hands-on work with electronics, motor controllers, mechanical drafting, …

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Summer work

Central Lakes College has numerous remodeling and campus improvement projects under way this summer. The Brainerd campus is filled with the sound of workers installing heating and ventilation ducts, as well as converting classrooms to more efficient and specific spaces for new curriculum. There’s also new carpeting in the first …

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New registrar

Nick Heisserer has accepted the position of Central Lakes College Registrar and will start in the position on or about August 4. We know Nick from his work as Assistant Director of our TRIO/Upward Bound program from 2004-2008. Nick also served as Interim Director of TRIO/Upward Bound during 2008-09, taught …

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Psychology partnership

Psychology students at Central Lakes College will earn bachelor’s degree credits at St. Cloud State University thanks to an articulation agreement signed July 30 by CLC President Dr. Larry Lundblad. As part of the agreement, the one-hour lab portion of an online St. Cloud State Psychology course will be offered …

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Facilities upgrades

The campuses of Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, are dotted with construction zones as remodeling and ventilation improvements take place this summer. Here are some of the projects: 1. New Videography Production studio and Mac lab at Staples; 2. Chalberg Theater, where work begins July 19 to install new …

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Moose conference

Dr. William Faber, a natural resources instructor at Central Lakes College, Brainerd, was on the organizing committee for the 45th North American Moose Conference June 23-26 at Voyageurs National Park near International Falls, and Central Lakes College was one of 14 co-sponsors of the event. Faber chaired a two-hour conference …

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‘Noises Off’

“Noises Off,” described as “the funniest farce ever written,” closes the Central Lakes College summer theatre season July 6-10 and 13-17 in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. “Noises Off” plays on the concept of a play-within-a-play, in this case a dreadful sex comedy titled …

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Young actors perform

Central Lakes College’s 40th summer theatre season continues July 1 and 2 when Adventure ’n Theatre presents “Rumpelstiltskin.” The play will be staged in Dryden Theatre on the Brainerd campus of CLC at 7:30 p.m. July 1 and 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. July 2 by actors in grades three …

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Golf event

Golfers are needed for the 12th annual Central Lakes College Heavy Equipment Golf Tournament July 20. Proceeds go directly to the CLC Heavy Equipment Training Program. The event is held at Oak Glen Country Club, Stillwater, and starts at 1 p.m. on July 20. Golf packages include range balls, field …

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