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Center for Lifelong Learning presents ‘Opening New Doors’
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Friday, September 13, 2013 5:30 PM

ARCHBOLD – With equal emphasis on the rewards coming with new interests and the know-how to unlock skills for everyday use of digital, hand- held devices like smartphones and digital cameras, Seminar Fifty at the Center for Lifelong Learning at Northwest State Community Collegeoffers area adults 55 plus an unusual opportunity on Sept. 27.

With Mary Alice Powell, retired food editor of the The Blade, relating her stories of living and learning as she travels, “Opening New Doors” sets the stage for a group of area enthusiastic explorers who will share their own new interests. Audience participation will be encouraged.

In the afternoon session, Tom Wylie, an industrial engineering technology leader at Northwest State Community College, will offer keys to the future as he de-mystifies the hand-held digital devices so helpful now in efficient management of daily living.

Lunch will be available in the adjacent Northwest Café between the sessions. Before the 9 a.m. opening in Building “C,” room 200, Beta Zeta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma will offer complimentary cookies and a morning beverage.

Reservations before Sept. 24 are encouraged. Email or call Louisa Strock (louisastrock@embarqmail.com or 419-533-2361) or Cecily Rohrs (crohrs@rtecexpress.net or 419-267-5502). Some walk-ins can be accepted.

 

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