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Winter Session 2010
Feb. 8th - Mar. 19st

Obviously, we're not doing it for the money!

First come, first serve; Space is limited.

Contact: Todd Foster cotr@snet.net

DRAMA
Instructor - Loretta Lawson
Group Lesson
Ages: 14 - 99
Monday Evenings starting at 7:00pm
Six Weeks - $50 (one time fee)
Description: Using theater games, Improv, warm ups and monologues each student will learn to think on your feet, learn to listen and respond in the moment. You will learn to express yourself creatively, improve your public speaking skills, and have fun all in a safe non-judgmental environment.
This class is for people who would like to:
* Socialize and Network with new interesting people
* * Build self-confidence and discover new talent
* * Explore and develop your creative side
* * Want to learn to be more outgoing
* * Decrease Stress

Visioneering - PUTTING YOUR BUSINESS PLAN ON PAPER AND INTO ACTION!
Instructor - Ann-Marie Brungard- Knight
Group Lesson - 10 Max.
Ages: High School Jrs/ Srs - Adults
Tuesday Evenings 6 - 8pm
Six Weeks - $60.00
Description: This course is designed to inspire participants to dream, provide lots of important information, and explore ideas and techniques that will broaden thinking and assist with developing a business plan. During this process participants will document what they have learned. We will be using spiritual applications to develop a business plan outline and lay the foundation for building a small business.

GET READY TO WORK; PREPARING TO GET YOUR DREAM JOB
Instructors - Lerone Holloway & Anne-Marie Brungard Knight
Group Lesson - 10 Max.
Ages: High School Jrs/ Srs - Adults
Friday Evenings 7 - 8pm
CLASS IS FREE!
Description: The course is designed to make job seeking more efficient by sharpening job searching, resume writing, and interviewing skills and introducing participant to resources available to them. Each skill area will have a session devoted to discussion and practical skills.

BRASS & WOODWIND INSTRUMENTS

Instructors - Arthur and Stefanie Boles
Individual & Group Lessons
Ages 12 & up
Thursday Evenings 6 - 8:00 pm
Six Weeks - $60.00
Description: Basic music theory,
instrument foundation and
personal instruction.
Instruments include: Trumpet,
Trombone, French horn, Baritone,
Flute, Clarinet and Saxophones.
Student must bring own instrument and purchase book.

SELF DEFENSE
Instructor - Eric Stevens
Lessons: Group & Individual
Ages: 5 & Up
Monday & Thursday evenings 6-7pm
One Month - $50.00
Description: Develop basic skills in Tae Kwon Do
to glorify God in the training of both mind and body and to promote a friendly relationship among all people.
Materials needed: Sweatpants and T-shirt


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