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CLC law enforcement students awarded scholarships

Central Lakes College Law Enforcement students Brady Houle and Michael Lyscio were each awarded a $600 Minnesota Sheriff's Association Scholarship. Crow Wing County Sheriff Todd Dahl presented them with the honor this week. "It is an honor that t...

Central Lakes College Law Enforcement students Brady Houle and Michael Lyscio were each awarded a $600 Minnesota Sheriff's Association Scholarship.

Crow Wing County Sheriff Todd Dahl presented them with the honor this week.

"It is an honor that two of our hardworking Central Lakes College Criminal Justice students receive this Sheriff's Association Scholarship award. Michael and Brady's dedication to our CLC Law Enforcement program and to the career path they have chosen shows in every aspect of their lives," said Gae Davis, Central Lakes College criminal justice coordinator, in a news release. "These two students show motivation, dedication and are a positive role model to other students in our program. Congratulations Brady and Michael!"

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