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CRMC 35th annual Tree of Love December 2, 2019

Cuyuna Regional Medical Center’s Home Health & Hospice department is now accepting memorial and honor gifts for the 35th annual Tree of Love fundraising event for Hospice. The official tree lighting and dedication of the Hospice tree is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 2, at Heartwood in Crosby.

There will be a brief ceremony in Heartwood’s Conference Room to honor the names of all those for whom lights have been given. Following the program, a holiday tree will be lit for those whom lights have been given to honor or memorialize. Music, refreshments and reflection will begin at 4:15 p.m.

Donations to the Tree of Love will benefit CRMC’s Home Health & Hospice department which offers compassionate care for people who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness regardless of their financial resources. Hospice involves a team approach to expert medical care, pain management, emotional and spiritual support. A vital part of hospice care is providing support to the family and loved ones of patients.

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CLC named a Best for Vets Two-Year College

Central Lakes College has been named a Best for Vets Two-Year College by The Military Times.

To earn this national distinction, The Military Times scrutinizes each institution’s veteran graduation rates, polices and procedures in place for veterans, the number of positions dedicated to support veterans, the number of scholarships awarded to veterans, and more. After meeting that high threshold, CLC was ranked No. 14 in the nation for two-year colleges.

“As a college community, it is our distinct honor and privilege to serve those who have served our country. It has always been an essential part of our mission,” said Dr. Hara Charlier, President of CLC. “We look forward to continuing our work of providing this critical population with excellent service and resources.”

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