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LEARNING FOR A LIFETIME

Wednesday, May 16
Cost is $10 Per Registered Senior
*Lunch is Included
*Transportation is Available*
 

The Geauga County Department on Aging in conjunction with Kent State University's Geauga Campus invites seniors to join for the annual “Learning for a Lifetime” at the Burton campus on Wednesday, May 17 at the Geauga Campus in Burton. Seniors have a choice in three sessions offered at 9:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., of 6 classes. The selection of classes covers a wide spectrum of interests and provides seniors with a unique opportunity to challenge and invigorate themselves in areas of interest.


 

SESSION I

  INSTRUCTOR

Citizenship & the Constitution

 Dave Welty

Exploring US National Monuments

Kathy Doyle

Victorian Weddings

Allison Powell

Underground Railroad 

Molly Sergi

Kent State University

Downsizing Made Simple

Eileen Adkins

Poverty & Self Sufficiency in Geauga County

Kimm Leininger

SESSION 2  

Apps You Can Appreciate

Tony Mauceri

Kent State University

Art-To-Go 

 Diane Cizek

Top Bar Beekeeping

Lisa Freebairn

The Unabridged Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder

Kathy Doyle

Queen Victoria & the British Monarchy

Molly Sergi

Kent State University

Gloves On, Scene's Safe    

 

 

SESSION 3  

What the Blog?

Tony Mauceri

Kent State University

Home Brewing 101 

Tom Ligman

Battle of Gettysburg

 Todd Arrington

What the Sheriff Does

Scott Hildenbrand

Taekwondo - A Family Hobby

Sue Fazekas

Basics of Sleep

 Sallie Messerly

The Geauga Campus is a proud partner in this endeavor. 

Call the Geauga County Department on Aging at 440-279-2130 for more information.

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