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Call Center to sign-up. Sign-up For Classes at the Center or by calling: 715-839-4909 Please sign up in advance as soon as possible. Some classes may be canceled due to lack of interest. Also, they may have pre-requisite information and supply lists. Payment is required upon sign-up for class. If signing-up by phone, payment must be received in 1 week. Fees are non-refundable unless the Center is able to fill your spot, or the Class has been canceled. Please refer to page 6 for computer class descriptions.



Classes offered for the month of  September:


**Basic Sign Language Class will offer exposure to and practice, in using finger spelling and basic sign language vocabulary combined into short phrases & sentences. It is highly recommended that participants attend the first class.

Mondays & Wednesdays, Sept. 11-Oct. 18 9:30-11am $20m/$30nm Presenter: Val Henrich


**Knitting- Beginning Class Learn to knit and purl, for the first time knitter or for the person who would like to refresh their skills. You can knit a scarf in time for winter!

Mondays, Sept. 11 & 18 9:30am-12noon $10m/$15nm Presenter: Ellen Nelson


**Beginning 500 Learn how to play the card game, 500.

Mondays, Sept. 11-Oct. 2 11am-12noon $5m/$7.50nm Presenter: Dick Hazelton


**eBay Class Learn how to buy or sell on E-bay and do it safely. Pre-requisites for class are basic computer skills, some experience with Internet and have an email account.

Tuesdays, Sept. 12, 19 & 26 9:30-11am $20m/$30nm Presenter: Cheryl Corbin


**Computer Class Level II This 6 session general computing class covers these general topics: Start Menu, Desktop, Control Panel, Windows Features, Saving and Organizing Files and Folders, Safely Using the Internet and Internet Security. Prerequisites: Level I Class or experience using the mouse, keyboard and internet on a Windows computer. Note, this class does not cover Email.

Thursdays, Sept. 21-Oct. 26 1:30-3:30pm $25m/$37.50nm Presenter: Phil Close


**AARP Smart Driver Course This Driver Safety Program exists to help older drivers update their knowledge and skills, prevent traffic crashes and violations and maintain mobility & independence. It is a classroom refresher, which covers age-related physical changes, declining perceptual skills, rules of the road, local driving problems and license renewal requirements. Graduate may receive discounted auto insurance premiums.

Thurs., Sept. 28 9am-1pm AARPm $15/AARPnm $20 Presenter: Paula Hendrickson