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A’s, B’s, C’s, and D’s of Medicare (January) (Fall 2017)
with Alan Minthorn
Are you turning 65 or starting Medicare in the next year? This class will help you uncover your questions and find your answers regarding leaving Employer coverage, signing up for Medicare, selecting the right Medicare plan for your medical and travel needs.
Basic Cake Decorating - January (Fall 2017)
with Debby Mansor
Learn how to frost and decorate a cake the professional way with an award winning master Cake Decorator. Debby will teach you how to make her famous buttercream icing recipe. You will also learn how to fill and frost a cake, how to properly hold and squeeze a pastry bag, and how to use colorful icings and cake tips to create decorative borders, flowers, and writing. The last session will be dedicated to working on your own cake design! A fresh baked cake layer, board and box will be provided. Each participant will supply their own frosting, and purchase basic tools if needed to create their individual “creative cake.” Debby Mansor has over 38 years experience as a master cake designer. Se has won several gold medals in cake competitions along with owning a successful cake shop in Nashua NH for over 25 years. She has taught cake decorating techniques from basic to advanced level and has demonstrated her skills on WMUR TV along with many professional appearances in hr community. She is passionate about the art of cake decorating and excited to share her knowledge with others. She and her husband recently retired to York.
Basic Money Matters; Workshop 1 Checking, goal-setting, and budgeting (January)(Fall 2017)
with Lisa Holt
Learn core skills in managing your money with checking and saving accounts, creating budgets, developing long-term financial plans to meet your goals, and making responsible choices about income and expenses.
Basic Money Matters; Workshop 2 – Debt- the good, bad, and ugly (January)(Fall 2017)
with Lisa Holt
Gain a clear understanding of exactly what your credit score means and how to make it better. Learn how to contact credit card companies to request a break on interest rates, how to prioritize which debt to pay off first, and what strategy is best to pay off debts.
Beginner Arabic II (Fall 2017)
with Athraa Sebahi
This introductory course to Arabic focuses on developing skills in the standard written Arabic language, as well as formal spoken Arabic. The course begins with learning the script and the sound system, as well as vocabulary for simple dialogs. This course builds the foundation for basic communication and greater cultural awareness.
Bring Balance to Your Budget (January) (Fall 2017)
with Fred Diehl
This presentation is designed to help you sharpen your spending and saving strategy. You’ll learn more about: Setting personal financial goals. Balancing saving, spending and borrowing to achieve your goals. Strategies for controlling debt and improving credit scores. Practical savings options for now through retirement.
Brunch Anytime (January) (Fall 2017)
with Pamela Sheehan
Easy to make brunch foods that will wow your family and friends. Stuffed french toast, Fruit tartlet, Egg, cheese, and sausage souffle. You will get the recipe for bellinis and have a non-alcoholic version to sample.
Finances: Ready to be on Your Own? (January)(Fall 2017)
with Lisa Holt
Are you ready to move out of your parents’ basement “apartment”? Are you moving on to college? Can you handle your own finances or are they handling you? Be proactive about your money by learning how to track your spending, keep a checking account, budget for goals and fun, understand loan lingo, and determine your credit score.