College Scholarship Fundraising Event Jan. 31

Six Public Openings in MN Master Naturalist Volunteer Training at College

Anoka-Ramsey theater production selected for Kennedy Center Midwest regional competition

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Three faculty members named 2014 Outstanding Educators by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities

College Music Faculty Offer Free, Public Recital Feb. 7

College Art Faculty Offer Free, Public Talks about Craft

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27th Annual Minnesota Writer Program Welcomes Award-Winning Author Cary J. Griffith Feb. 13

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College women’s and men’s basketball teams make history: both teams win regional championships, advance to nationals

Two Rivers Reading Series Hosts Graphic Novelist Tyler Page April 8

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Scholarship Fundraising Event Breaks Record in Attendance and Profit

Science Night: Peregrine Falcon – Fastest Member of the Animal Kingdom, Feb. 25

Scholardazzle College Scholarship Fundraising Event Jan. 31

January 16, 2014

The Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus Foundation would like to invite the community to attend its 2014 Scholardazzle event Friday, Jan. 31 at Spectacular Events in Isanti. The evening includes dinner, live music, games, live, silent and cake auctions, and the chance to win table service and champagne from the foundation’s board of directors.  Tickets are $55 or two for $100.

The auctions will include such wonderful items as gift baskets from the Mall of America and others, Timberwolves tickets, electronics, hotel stays and much more.

Cambridge-based business, Outdoor Edge, a long-time supporter of the event, supplied his-and-hers Rossignol EVO First ski packages ($600 value) which include waxless skis, boots, bindings, polls and mounts.

“I went through two years at community college before graduating from the University of Minnesota,” said Outdoor Edge owner K.C. Bohn. “I remember how tough it was to pay for school so I want to do what I can to help.”

Chilson Jewelers, also in Cambridge, donates jewelry every year to be used in the Card Game raffle. This year the donation is a 14k white gold, black and white diamond pendant valued at $1200.

“It is important to support the local community and the students in the community to keep the Cambridge campus strong,” noted store owner Brian Chilson.

“The wonder of Scholardazzle is the wonder of the local community,” said Michael Wall, Interim Foundation Executive Director. “Hundreds of people attend, catch up, network, and share the sense that supporting the future of the community through access to a quality, affordable, local education is vital.  It is great to see.”

Scholarships change lives for the better. Please consider becoming a sponsor or purchasing tickets to the event. Details are available at or 763-433-1968.