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Higher Ed offers alcohol server training

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Cook County Higher Ed, working with the Cook County Sheriff ’s Office and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, will offer alcohol server training June 19 and 20.

On June 19, the training will be held from 5-7 p.m. at Cascade Lodge. On the 20th, training will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at Windigo Lodge. Cost of the training is $5.

Bartenders, wait staff and all owners and operators of alcohol-dispensing establishments are highly encouraged to attend this informational training. In the state of Minnesota, liability charges can be levied against the individual serving the alcohol as well as the owner. At this course you will learn Minnesota statutes relating to the sale/service of alcohol; procedures for checking identification; how to identify minors; how to manage customer drinking; methods of intervening with intoxicated persons; and factors and signs of intoxication.

The course will be taught by Cook County Sheriff Mark Falk and Brian Kringen, law enforcement liaison officer with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement. Register at Cook County Higher Education by calling 387-3411 or email jboyd@northshorecampus.org.


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