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SPIRITUALITY AND THE TWELVE STEPS
with Diane McCormack, IHM
River House – IHM Spirituality Center
805 W. Elm Ave.
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734-240-5494
3 Thursdays March 5 6:30-8pm $30
The spirituality that is foundational to the 12 Steps provides opportunities for healing, self-discovery and spiritual growth. It is a way to face our pain and to move step-by-step more fully into authentic living. Participants do not need to be familiar with the 12 Steps or addiction to benefit from this class. For those familiar with the 12 Steps, this class can enhance your own experience of living the steps.
BASICS OF EXCEL
with Nancy Schlosser
Microsoft Excel is a software program that is used to organize, format and calculate data with formulas using cells and a spreadsheet system.Excel spreadsheets present tables of values arranged in rows and columns that can be manipulated mathematically. Boost your productivity, simplify data management and streamline everyday tasks by unleashing the power of Microsoft Excel’s capabilities.
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
with Angela Sutton
If you have been turned down by Social Security or are thinking of applying, then this class is for you. In this one-night class you will learn how the application and appeal processes work. You will also receive helpful hints to assist you in navigating the system more successfully. Questions will be answered at the end of class. Whether you want to apply on your own or would like the help of an attorney, this class is for you.
BASICS OF POWERPOINT & PUBLISHER
with Nancy Schlosser
The emphasis of this class will look at the basics of creating a PowerPoint presentation.
We will also work with Publisher. This programis used to create, customize and publish materials such as newsletters, brochures, flyers, catalogs and web sites. This class will concentrate on creating a tri-fold brochure using pictures, clip art and page borders. You will print and take home a completed project at the end of our class.
BASICS OF MICROSOFT WORD
with Nancy Schlosser
Learn the basic features of Microsoft Word. This includes a word processing program that we will be using to create a variety of different types of documents. You will learn the basics of letter writing, create a flier using different font styles and how to insert a picture or image. You will also insert headers, footers and graphics to your project. In addition to creating and formatting your document you will learn how to print your presentation to take home.
RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY
with Todd Cousino
(Spouse can attend for free)
Retiring soon or currently retired? Learn from a veteran financial advisor how to determine the amount needed to retire, create goals, convert IRAs, reduce taxes and eliminate debt. By attending this class you will learn how to:
integrate your finances with your goals and values
best use employer sponsored retirement plans
select the retirement distribution plan that is right for you
reduce income taxes
properly convert your IRA to a Roth IRA
GENEALOGY: THE PHOTOGRAPHIC TRAIL
with Amy Pace
This class is for genealogists (and others) who would like help identifying the people, places, and dates of old photographs they have in their collection. The first class will help you to identify the different types of photographs, use clothing and hair styles to narrow down a date range, use clues on and in the photograph to discover the location, use your family tree to identify the people, find other sources of family photos and understand the best way to label, organize and preserve those photographs to pass on to future generations. The remainder of the classes will be used to help you identify your photographs. You will need to bring a notebook, binder and divider tabs for the handouts. Please bring a $5 lab fee to be paid to the instructor. (NO CLASS 4/9)
LIFE STORIES: WRITING YOUR MEMOIRS
with Nancy Seubert
Have you been thinking about writing your memoirs? Don't put it off any longer! This class will help you shape your memories into stories that you and the people you love can read. This weekly structure combines creative writing exercises and the support of others working on their own memoirs. You'll have fun while accomplishing something important. (NO CLASS 4/9)