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					                                 ACC COMMUNITY EDUCATION - FALL 2009 CLASSES
                   Registration required. For information or credit card payment, call (989) 358-7271.
                  Online: www.alpenacc.edu Click the Community Ed link under “What’s Happening”


                                            LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
LUNCH BITES – Three timely programs with information, tools, and skills to help you resolve common situations that
cause conflict and discourage productivity. Each session is a mini-professional workshop in an easy-going environment
over a casual lunch (included). Learn to deal with tough situations and create enjoyable and rewarding environments at
work and home! Choose one session or all three and invest the time, now, to develop your leadership competencies!
                       •         09-74: DIFFICULT PEOPLE - September 23 – We can’t escape them! Learn to tackle
                       behaviors of know-it-alls, snipers, the silent-treatments, explosive personalities, and other tough
                       conduct patterns. Discover tested methods for handling sticky situations and people so we can be
                       fully productive in the workplace.
                        •        09-75: MORALE - October 7 – It’s never been worse! Or has it? Examine and generate
                        systems that navigate negative environments, disperse feelings of despair, and address fear about
                        the future. Benefits of this session will be appreciated by you, your colleagues and customers.
                        •        09-76: INFLUENCE - October 21 – Getting results without authority - Develop techniques
                        that build effective relationships, create allies, and overcome roadblocks to achieving goals. By
                        examining the components of influence, this session empowers you to get the job done and
                        achieve renewed commitments from others.
Facilitator: Georgene Hildebrand, MS, founder of Rightpath Consulting, LLC, is a proven leader with firsthand experience
of the challenges we face. She shares her extensive knowledge to help us build the skills necessary for effective leaders.
DATES: Wednesdays, Sep. 23, Oct. 7, Oct. 21 TIME: 11:30am-1:00pm ROOM: CTR 106 FEE: $25/each includes lunch

                                                   COOKING CLASSES
09-77: APPETIZE IT! – TAKE 2
Appetizers were traditionally an appetite stimulant, but in variety and combination they function perfectly as a light and
easy finger-food meal! They are wonderful additions to the buffet table. Now, by request, Chef Eric Peterson and
assistant Katie Evans bring new, seasonal recipes for a selection of simplified hot and cold gourmet appetizers. Eric
instructs and guides participants in preparation and eating! Menu selections for class work and dining include a variety of
hot and cold appetizer/hors d’oeuvre or that can combine for a simple meal! Great for family, entertaining, buffet, or just
for yourself! NOTE: Please bring a chef’s knife and place-setting.
DATE: Tuesday, September 8 TIME: 5:30-7:30pm                ROOM: CTR 104           FEE: $20

09-78: A MODERN TAKE ON TRADITIONAL MEXICAN CUISINE
Mexican recipes are known for varied flavors and rich colors with combinations of ingredients that add to eye and palate
appeal. Vegetable and herb ingredients provide high nutritional and fiber content. Mexican cuisine has been a specialty
of Chef Eric Peterson’s for many years. Now, with assistant Katie Evans, Eric presents delicious new recipes that are fast
and easy, but won’t be found at Taco Bell! A variety of hot and cold dishes will be prepared for class or take-home.
NOTE: Please bring a chef’s knife and place-setting.
DATE: Tuesday, October 6        TIME: 5:30-7:30pm        ROOM: CTR 104             FEE: $20

09-79: COOKING FROM INDIA – MADE FAST AND EASY!
Few international foods are as savory and simple as the cuisine of India. Rather than starting from scratch, this class will
show you how to create an entire menu of appetizers, sweet drinks, a main dish (vegetarian Navratam Korma), breads,
and dessert using readily available mixes, chutney, frozen products and canned curries. Come ready to cook, taste and
giggle. Note: For those with allergies, Indian foods often include nuts and milk products. Instructor Kim Beyer-Nelson is
a Yoga enthusiast and “Indian food geek.”
DATES: Wednesday, October 7               TIME: 5:30-7:00pm        ROOM: CTR 104           FEE: $20
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09-80: WIGILIA – A POLISH CHRISTMAS EVE!
        Jacek Szydlo, from Silesia, Poland, combines his Polish nationality with skills as a chef into a remarkable event
celebrating the most special of Polish holidays, Wigilia. All over Poland, people await the first star (Gwiazdka) of Christmas
Eve, preparing the celebration for days. When the star appears, the feast begins – and what a feast it is! Come, discover,
and share the fascinating traditions, rituals, and customs that mark this event, such as the Oplatek, the table settings, twelve
courses; the Pasterka mass; koledy, and many other rites celebrated throughout the season – lasting until February 2!
        This event is both a history and cooking class as well as an authentic celebratory meal! Attendees will learn to
prepare and dine on dishes common to the Wigilia table including: Red Beet Borscht; Mushroom Roulade; Sauerkraut;
Golabki; Fish; Dried Fruit Compote; and Poppy Seed cake. This is truly a special opportunity for those of Polish ancestry or
anyone interested in delicious foods and culture! Note: Please bring a chef’s knife and place-setting, apron optional!
DATES: Thurs., Dec. 10 TIME: 5:30-8:30pm ROOM: CTR 104                      FEE: $35 (Reflects cost and variety of ingredients)
                                  09-81: GET GLAMOROUS – CAPTURE THE LOOK!
Ladies, grab that special outfit that you never have a chance to wear – you know, the one that makes you LOVE the way you
look; fix your hair and treat yourself to an evening of glamour! Sandy Donovan and staff from Donovan’s Serenity and
Wellness Spa will bring out your gorgeous best with expert make-up application and simple hair-styling. Tom Sherrill-Mix,
owner of Third Eye Photography, will capture you in a studio-quality photo! Receive a complementary 8” x 10” portrait that
makes a wonderful Christmas gift for a loved-one - or yourself! You’ll have an option for a digital photo file for just $5 that
allows you to print as many other photos as you’d like! Due to time constraints, class is limited!
DATE: Wed, Nov. 11 TIME: Call 358-7271 to book a time between 5:30 & 8:00pm                 ROOM: CTR 106 & 104 FEE: $20

                                HEALTH AND WELLNESS – BODY, MIND, AND SPIRIT

09-82: HERBAL HEALING                                             09-84: SELF-MASSAGE TECHNIQUES FOR
Learn to create vibrant health and heal misery with                        STRESS-REDUCTION & FIRST AID
nature's bounty. Discover a common kitchen herb that              Learn and practice self-massage,
may heal a stomach ulcer, and how it can stop bleeding            breathing, stretching, Reflexology
instantly. Another herb deters insects such as                    and Acupressure techniques to
mosquitoes; plus mice, and more. Herbs combat plant               melt away stress and deal with
diseases, fungus, and chest colds. Why is lettuce                 sinus discomfort and headaches.
referred to as plant “blood;” can it be a "blood                  Instructor: Maggie McDermid,
transfusion” for us? In addition to valuable information,         Certified Massage Therapist
we’ll sample tasty, nutritious vegetarian goodies and             DATE: Wednesday, Sept. 30
green drinks. This is a fascinating journey in self-healing       TIME: 5:30-7:30pm
you shouldn’t miss! Instructor Jan Robarge is a Certified         ROOM: CTR 104
Dried Blood Cell Analyst and Herbal Health Consultant,            FEE: $15
with 40 years experience in nutrition and vegetarianism.
DATE: Thursday, September 24 TIME: 6:00-8:30pm                    09-85: 13 WAYS TO DE-FRAZZLE
ROOM: CTR 104                      FEE: $15                                YOUR BODY, MIND, HEART AND SOUL
                                                                  Take a look at 13 different strategies for de-stressing on
09-83: HEAD & SHOULDERS MASSAGE                                   every level of your being – body, mind, heart and soul.
Reduce stress and tension that causes stiffness and               Explore the concepts of thinking in new ways, breathing,
headaches by massaging the head, face, neck, ears,                relaxing, time management, laughter and more.
shoulders and upper back. You will massage a partner,             Experiment and find what de-frazzling strategies will
who sits in a chair. Check with your doctor if you are            work for you. Bring a notebook and pen.
being treated for health challenges. Come alone or with           Instructor: Maggie McDermid, Certified Massage
a friend. Please bring a pillow. Instructor: Maggie               Therapist
McDermid, Certified Massage Therapist                             DATE: Wednesday, October 14 TIME: 5:30-7:30pm
DATE: Wednesday, Sept. 16 TIME: 5:30-7:30pm                       ROOM: CTR 104                     FEE: $15
ROOM: CTR 104                     FEE: $15

                                                      SPIRITUALITY
Kim Beyer-Nelson has a Master’s Degree in Comparative Religion and is completing an Interfaith Minister’s Degree. She
is the instructor for the three classes below.
                                                             09-87: ZEN AND THE ART OF
09-86: THE HOLLYWOOD JESUS SERIES                                   MINDFUL MEDITATION
Many interesting films about the life of Jesus have made     Classic Soto Zen is the mother of what many know as
the big screen, made people squirm, and caused a             mindfulness meditation (zazen) or the art of being in the
media field-day. How do we begin to separate the             present moment. Come and learn about the history of
mythology from the film writing, and see where we might      meditative techniques of this tradition and how
agree and disagree with the picture that Hollywood has       mindfulness can help with anxiety, fatigue, and pain.
portrayed for us?                                            We’ll practice both walking and sitting meditation styles.
Each week, for four weeks, we’ll view a film, take home      DATE: Wednesday, Sept. 30           TIME: 5:30-7:30pm
questions to ponder, and return to process discoveries.      ROOM: BTC-126                       FEE: $15
Discussion will be in a spirit of scholarly interest. All
views and faiths are welcome.                                09-88: WESTERN RELIGIONS AND THE
09-86 A-Sept. 14 and 17: Jesus Christ Superstar                      MYSTICAL TRADITION
09-86 B-Sept. 21 and 24: Jesus of Montreal                   An introduction into the little explored mystical traditions
09-86 C-Sept 28 & Oct 1: The Last Temptation of Christ       of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Examine the
09-86 D-October 5 and 8: The Passion                         elements that help create understanding and dialogue
09-86 E–The complete series of eight classes                 between “the people of the Book” as well as the
DATES: Mondays & Thursdays (Sept 14-Oct. 8, above)           important differences that nurture diversity and
TIME: 5:30-7:30pm                   ROOM: BTC-211            wholeness in the world.
FEE: $15 each (09-86-A thru 09-86-D) or $50 for all          DATE: Mon & Thurs, Oct. 19,22; 26,29; TIME: 5:30-7:30
         eight classes (09-86-E)                             ROOM: CTR-104                              FEE: $45
                                   CREATIVITY, HOBBIES, CRAFTS AND THE ARTS

09-89: PHIL DURANCEAU’S INDISPENSIBLE FALL GARDENING GUIDE
Alpena’s favorite Gardening Guru is back by popular demand! Phil Duranceau brings the all-important
class for the season with advice about soil, perennials, bulbs, preparation, storage, replanting, and
much, much more. Bring your plant-problems and gardening-gripes for trouble-shooting and lively
discussion!
Phil Duranceau has decades of professional gardening experience. He has taught a wide variety of
classes and appeared on television dispensing gardening wisdom and advice. Phil has an affinity for
plants and people and specializes at bringing them together.
DATE: Wednesday, Sept 30         TIME: 6:00-8:00pm        ROOM: BTC-122            FEE: $15


09-90: BASKET WEAVING – THE FALL TABLE BASKET
                     Weave a beautiful basket in just one evening! Instructor Diane Kamyszek has been weaving for 20 years
                     and teaching for ten. An energetic, bubbly instructor, she enjoys sharing her skill and love of this infinitely
                     variable and decorative craft. Limit of ten participants.
                     For beginners or intermediate weavers: Discover the art of basket-weaving through expertly-guided,
                     hands-on practice in creating a beautiful, good quality, durable basket. We’ll weave a round basket with
                     your choice in accent of autumn colors on a sturdy 8-inch flat wood base. A lovely basket for yourself or as
a gift, whether filled with goodies or not -- perfect for bottles, toiletries, fall fruit or vegetables.
DATE: Monday, Oct 19                TIME: 5:30-8:30pm          ROOM: BTC 122                  FEE: $30; includes all materials


09-91: WRITING FROM THE HEART:                                      09-92: GETTING PUBLISHED - 101
INTRODUCTION TO TOOLS OF CREATIVE WRITING                           Have you got a novel nearly ready? Amassing an array
The best way to begin writing is to                                 of articles? Perhaps a moving memoir or piles of poetry
dig deeply into what you already                                    you’d like to share with the world? Let this be YOUR
know then cast those memories                                       year! Kerrie Miller designed this class for those
into new and exciting scenarios.                                    interested in finding a home for their writing. This is not
We’ll experiment and play with a                                    a writing class, but a “what to do with my writing” class.
number of techniques to help you                                    We’ll learn where to start, how to pitch articles, how to
write with characterization that                                    build a clip file (portfolio) how to write a book proposal,
lives and breathes from the page. No experience is                  what’s happening in the world of publishing, and what it
necessary and Kim welcomes young writers to the class.              means for writers. This class is open to scribblers of all
A sense of play is wildly important!                                levels and genres who are interested in publishing their
Instructor: Kim Beyer-Nelson nationally published                   work, now or in the future. Please bring a notebook and
author, poet, and artist.                                           writing implement, samples of the items you read, and
DATE: Thursday, October 15        TIME: 5:30-7:30 PM                magazines to which you subscribe.
ROOM: CTR-104             FEE: $15                                  DATES: Tues & Thurs, Oct. 20, 22              TIME: 6:00-8:30pm
                                                                    ROOM: BTC-211                                 FEE: $35


                  09-93: CREATE A WARM, WELCOMING, ELEGANT HOLIDAY HOME…
                  Come and join an evening of wonderful holiday decorating ideas that you can easily do at home to
                  transform your house for a traditional and elegant Christmas season. Join Paul Gordon, owner of
                  Flowerland Designs for an evening of holiday merriment! Paul’s creativity and innovation will help us
                  with those special touches we thought we could never do on our own!
                  DATES: Wednesday, November 4             TIME: 5:30-7:30pm       ROOM: CTR 106           FEE: 15.


09-94: INSTANT PIANO FOR HOPELESSLY BUSY PEOPLE
You don’t need years of lessons to play piano! You can learn enough in this enjoyable workshop to play
almost any song on the piano, with two hands. Continue to perfect your skills at home using a home-study
CD, included with the cost of the class. This is the system the pros use—chords, not tedious note-reading.
Instructor Marc Doiron has a B.A. in music and has played piano professionally for over 15 years. He is
versed in pop, rock, country, blues and jazz. The Instant Piano one-day chord workshop has been taken
successfully by over 15,000 students across the US since 1982 and Marc now brings this seminar to us.
NOTE: Uninitiated beginners should request a free preparation guide by sending a self-addressed,
stamped envelope to Marc Doiron 45242 Chestnut Court, Shelby Township, MI 48317.
DATE: Thursday, November 12 TIME: 6:00–9:30pm              ROOM: CTR-105          FEE: $65
                                                      JEWELRY MAKING
 Even if you’ve taken jewelry classes and created pieces of your own, the classes below will add new styles to your jewelry
 wardrobe and great gift ideas. If you’re a beginner, you’ll learn techniques, tools, and applications without intimidation.

 09-95: BASIC BEADING                                             09-97: YOUR PERSONALIZED ROSARY
 For beginners or anyone who wants additional experience          Learn to construct your own rosaries and use the skills to
 this class provides tools, techniques, and components for        make more as meaningful gifts for loved-ones. Using
 stringing beads into unique and beautiful creations. Skills      pearls, chain, eye-pins, a center connector depicting the
 learned in class can be applied in an endless variety of         Madonna and Jesus, and a 5-way cross (with the Sacred
 bracelets, necklaces and earrings that make excellent gifts.     Heart, St. Christopher, the Miraculous medal, St. Joseph,
 In this class you’ll learn to design and create your choice of   and the Holy Spirit), your rosary will be personal and unique
 a basic 18” necklace and bracelet, including instruction         and can also be fashioned as a necklace. This intricate
 about stretch cord and wire stringing with crimp beads.          piece is manageable by any beginner with average dexterity
 Great for yourself and as gifts! If time permits, we’ll add a    and vision. All materials are included.
 pair of earrings. All materials are included. Instructor: Kate   Instructor Kim Salziger designs jewelry because she prefers
 Bruski                                                           personalized results and the unlimited potential of creating
 DATE: Tuesday, September 15 TIME: 5:30-7:30pm                    her own instead of purchasing ready-made.
 ROOM: BTC 107D                      FEE: $15                     DATE: Wednesday, October 14                TIME: 5:30-7:30
                                                                  ROOM: BTC 107D                             FEE: $20,
 09-96: LINKED STATION NECKLACE
 Choose your own colors and combinations to create a                        09-98: WINTER/HOLIDAY EARRINGS
 flexible 18-20 inch station necklace and matching earrings       Create several pairs of fun and festive earrings in a
 using glass, crystal, pearl, metal, and acrylic beads;           variety of holiday styles and motifs for yourself or as
 headpins; eye-pins; ring connectors and chain. This simple       gifts! All materials for these fun and simple projects are
 project looks more complicated than it is and perks up an        included. Instructor: Kim Salziger
 outfit. All materials are included. Instructor: Kate Bruski      DATE: Wednesday, Nov. 18
 DATE: Tuesday, September 29 TIME: 5:30-7:30pm                    TIME: 5:30-7:00pm
 ROOM: BTC 107D                     FEE: $15                      ROOM: BTC 107E             FEE: $15.


                             PHOTOGRAPHY, DIGITAL CAMERAS, AND PHOTOSHOP
NOTE: All computer and photography class attendees receive a CD to store files and class work.

09-99: DIGITAL BASICS & MANAGING PHOTO FILES                      09-101: ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Instructor: Craig Brownridge                                      Instructor Tom Sherrill-Mix
Learn common digital camera features, functions and how                                      This class is for the individual
to choose the right camera for your use. Learn to import                                     with working familiarity of digital
pictures from your camera to computer and how to print or                                    cameras. Discover skills that will
share using common Windows programs. You do not                                              improve your ability to control the
need to own a camera to benefit. This is a great class for                                   camera in various situations as
anyone who would like to purchase a camera but isn’t sure                                    well as some editing skills. This
what to get or for those who already have digital cameras,                                   is the class for those who have
but aren’t sure how to store, print, file, and manage their                                  had a digital camera for a while,
photos! If considering purchasing a digital camera for            but haven’t fully mastered its capabilities! It is highly
Christmas, this class is highly recommended!                      recommended that you own a digital camera for this class.
DATE: Thursday, October 1         TIME: 6:45-8:45pm               DATE: Mon & Wed, October 26, 28 TIME: 5:30-7:30 pm
ROOM: BTC-117                     FEE: $25                        ROOM: BTC-207                     FEE: $45

09-100: GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHY                                       09-102: PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS
Instructor Tom Sherrill-Mix                                       Instructor Tom Sherrill-Mix
Whether you’re a relative newcomer to photography or just         This three-week beginner's course covers basic image
want to improve your skills, this class provides insights,        editing techniques using Adobe’s PhotoShop Elements a
ideas, tricks and techniques to better photography from a         simpler, less expensive, and more readily available version
professional photographer. Participants learn camera              of professional PhotoShop. Learn to navigate Photoshop
functions, how to use and understand scene modes, basic           windows, use palette controls, archive techniques for
photography principles including: shutter, ISO and                preservation of photo quality, and resizing. Make your
aperture, and composition fundamentals through hands-on           photos look their best and share them in imaginative ways.
examples, indoors and out. Photos taken during class will         Prerequisite: Basic computer competence.
be viewed and discussed as part of the learning process.          Combine PhotoShop with Photography, Publisher, or
NOTE: Ownership of a camera is highly recommended.                PowerPoint classes and maximize photos and archiving.
DATE: Wed, Oct. 7, 14, 21          TIME: 5:30-7:30 pm             DATE: Wed. Nov. 2, 9, 16         TIME: 5:30-7:30pm
ROOM: BTC-115                      FEE: $65                       ROOM: BTC 117                    FEE: $65
                                       COMPUTER AND TECHNICAL CLASSES
 ACC’s Community Education program offers a variety of basic technical classes including digital and photography classes
 on the previous page. The classes are designed either for beginners or experienced users who want to enhance skills.
                          Our instructors bring a wide range of skills and experience to the classroom. They include:
                          Craig Brownridge, an ACC graduate in Network Administration and an ACC instructor, Craig
                          is certified in ACCESS, Excel, and Network+. He has custom-built and serviced PC’s for over
                          10 years.
                          David Cummins has a Master’s Degree in Industrial Management & Technology. He works
                          with PCs in industry and design applications and has owned and operated a computer service
                          business.
                          Brendan Fleishans, tutor and part-time instructor at ACC, is certified in MS Word, PowerPoint
                          and Excel and teaches a variety of classes and workshops.
                          Tom Sherrill-Mix, a photographer for over 15 years, has taught at ACC for over twelve. Tom
                          also has his own photography business called Third Eye Photography.
 NOTE: All computer and photography class attendees receive a CD to store files and class work.

09-103: BASIC COMPUTER USAGE I                                  09-107: BEGINNING EXCEL
Instructor: David Cummins                                       Instructor: David Cummins
Overcome apprehension about computers with instruction          Master the basics of creating spreadsheets using Excel.
and guided practice. Designed for beginners, we cover           Create and format simple spreadsheets and calculate data
basics of computer use for first-time users. Learn              using basic formulas and functions. Also learn entering,
components, basic operations, use of the mouse, desktop         selecting, moving, and copying data; saving and basic
icons, menu items, and basic file management.                   nomenclature. Prerequisite: Basic Computer II or
DATE: Mon & Wed., Sept. 14, 16            TIME: 5:30-7:30       equivalent knowledge.
ROOM: BTC-115                             FEE: $40              DATE: Mon. & Wed, October 12, 14        TIME: 5:30-7:30pm
                                                                ROOM: BTC-207                           FEE: $45.
09-104: BASIC COMPUTER USAGE II
Instructor: David Cummins                                       09-108: INTERMEDIATE EXCEL
Designed for beginners, this course covers basics of            Instructor: David Cummins
computer programs and files for new users. Become               After mastering Excel basics, learn different ways to view
familiar with computer applications such as file                the information. Discover advanced features such as
management, internal browsing, Internet browsing, and           charts, graphs, and tables. Also learn to utilize multiple
emailing. Learn simple word-processing with WordPad.            worksheets, advanced formulas, data filters, and sorting
Prerequisite: Basic Computer I or equivalent knowledge.         information. Prerequisite: Beginning Excel or equivalent.
DATE: Mon & Wed., Sept. 21, 23           TIME: 5:30-7:30        DATE: Mon. & Wed, October 19, 21          TIME: 5:30-7:30pm
ROOM: BTC-115                            FEE: $40               ROOM: BTC-207                             FEE: $45

09-105: MICROSOFT WORD 2007 OVERVIEW                            09-:109: MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2007
Instructor: Brendan Fleishans                                   Instructor: Brendan Fleishans
Enhance and complement basic computer skills with               Take your knowledge of computer programs to the next
foundational knowledge of this powerful tool. Word 2007         level with PowerPoint 2007! Discover techniques to
provides the means to create and present professional           create engaging slide show presentations for customers,
looking documents such as business letters and                  employees, management, or students. Learn skills such
newsletters. Learn to navigate Word’s intuitive Ribbon          as working with slides and slide layouts, text effects,
interface and gain skills to edit and format document           adding pictures, sounds, videos, and animation effects.
content. Prerequisite: Basic Computer Usage class or            Prerequisite: Basic Computer Usage class or equivalent.
equivalent knowledge.                                            DATE: Wednesdays, Oct. 28 & Nov. 4 TIME: 5:30-7:30pm
DATE: Mon. & Wed., Sept. 28, 30            TIME: 5:30-8:00pm    ROOM: BTC-115                             FEE: $45.
ROOM: BTC-115                              FEE: $45
                                                                09-110: MICROSOFT PUBLISHER 2007
09-106: CREATING ELECTRONIC FORMS                               Instructor: Brendan Fleishans
Instructor: Brendan Fleishans                                   Gain freedom and skills in publication design using
Take your knowledge of Microsoft Word 2007 further with         Publisher 2007! Learn to create high-quality publications
this specialty class. Paperless is the way of the future in     such as brochures, flyers, newsletters, stationary, and
most offices - and Word is here to help! Learn to re-create     business cards that reflect your personal or business
your office’s paper forms in a digital format that is easy to   identity. Gain skills to navigate the Publisher program to
read and use! Learn everything you need to create a form        develop signature designs with custom color schemes,
from start to finish! Prerequisite: MS Word usage.              font schemes, pictures, and more! Prerequisite: Basic
DATE: Mon & Wed, October 5, 7              TIME: 5:30-8:00pm    Computer Usage class or equivalent knowledge.
ROOM: BTC-207                              FEE: $40             DATE: Mon & Wed, November 9, 11            TIME: 5:30-7:30pm
                                                                ROOM: BTC-207                              FEE: $45.
                            ACC COMMUNITY EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORM for FALL 2009
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√   CLASS#                           TITLE                                 DATE & TIME                   FEE   TOTAL $
    09-74     Difficult People                                 Wed., Sept. 23; 11:30-1:00 pm             $25
    09-75     Morale                                           Wed., Oct. 7; 11:30-1:00 pm               $25
    09-76     Influence                                        Wed., Oct. 21; 11:30-1:00 pm              $25
    09-77     Appetize It! – Take 2                            Tue., Sept. 8; 5:30-7:30pm                $20
    09-78     A Modern Take on Traditional Mexican Cuisine     Tue., Oct. 6; 5:30-7:30pm                 $20
    09-79     Cooking from India                               Wed., Oct. 7; 5:30-7:30pm                 $20
    09-80     Wigilia – A Polish Christmas Eve                 Thu., Dec. 10; 5:30-8:30pm                $35
    09-81     Get Glamorous - Capture the Look!                Wed., Nov. 11; 5:30-8:00 by appt.         $20
    09-82     Herbal Healing                                   Thu., Sept. 24; 6-8:30pm                  $15
    09-83     Head & Shoulders Massage                         Wed., Sept. 16; 5:30-7:30pm               $15
    09-84     Self-Massage Techniques for Stress Reduction …   Wed., Sept. 30; 5:30-7:30pm               $15
    09-85     De-Frazzle Body, Mind, Heart and Soul            Wed., Oct. 14; 5:30-7:30pm                $15
              The Hollywood Jesus Series
    09-86-A   Jesus Christ Superstar                           Mon/Thu; Sept.14 & 17; 5:30-7:30pm        $15
    09-86-B   Jesus of Montreal                                Mon/Thu; Sept. 21 & 24;5:30-7:30pm        $15
    09-86-C   The Last Temptation of Christ                    Mon/Thu; Sept 28 & Oct 1; 5:30-7:30       $15
    09-86-D   The Passion                                      Mon/Thu. Oct. 5 & 8; 5:30-7:30pm          $15
    09-86-E   All 8 sessions, Sept. 14 through Oct. 8          Sep 14 through Oct.8; 5:30-7:30pm         $50
    09-87     Zen (And The Art of Mindful Meditation)          Wed., Sept. 30; 5:30-7:30pm               $15
    09-88     Western Religions and the Mystical Tradition     Mon/Thu; Oct 19,22,26,29; 5:30-7:30       $45
    09-89     Phil D.’s Indispensible Fall Gardening Guide     Wed., Sept. 30; 6:00-8:00pm               $15
    09-90     Basket Weaving-The Fall Table Basket             Mon., Oct. 19; 5:30-8:30pm                $30
    09-91     Introduction to Tools of Creative Writing        Thu., Oct. 15; 5:30-7:30pm                $15
    09-92     Getting Published - 101                          Tue/Thu; Oct. 20/22; 6:00-8:30pm          $35
    09-93     A Warm, Welcoming, Elegant Holiday Home          Wed., Nov. 4; 5:30-7:30pm                 $15
    09-94     Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People         Thu., Nov. 12; 6:00-9:30pm                $65
    09-95     Basic Beading                                    Tue., Sept. 15; 5:30-7:30pm               $15
    09-96     Linked Station Necklace                          Tue., Sept. 29; 5:30-7:30pm               $15
    09-97     Personalized Rosary                              Wed., Oct. 14; 5:30-7:30pm                $20
    09-98     Winter/Holiday Earrings                          Wed., Nov. 18; 5:30-7d:30pm               $15
    09-99     Digital Basics & Managing Photo Files            Thu., Oct. 1; 6:45-8:45pm                 $25
    09-100    General Photography                              Wed., Oct. 7, 14, 21; 5:30-7:30pm         $65
    09-101    Advanced Digital Photography                     Mon/Wed; Oct. 26/28; 5:30-7:30pm          $45
    09-102    Photoshop Elements                               Wed., Nov. 2, 9, 16; 5:30-7:30pm          $65
    09-103    Basic Computer Usage I                           Mon/Wed; Sept. 14, 16; 5:30-7:30pm        $40
    09-104    Basic Computer Usage II                          Mon/Wed; Sept. 21, 23; 5:30-7:30pm        $40
    09-105    Microsoft Word 2007 Overview                     Mon/Wed. Sept. 28, 30: 5:30-8:00pm        $45
    09-106    Creating Electronic Forms                        Mon/Wed; Oct. 5, 7; 5:30-8:00pm           $40
    09-107    Beginning Excel                                  Mon/Wed; Oct. 12, 14; 5:30-7:30pm         $45
    09-108    Intermediate Excel                               Mon/Wed; Oct. 19, 21; 5:30-7:30pm         $45
    09-109    Microsoft PowerPoint 2007                        Wed., Oct. 28/Nov 4; 5:30-7:30pm          $45
    09-110    Microsoft Publisher 2007                         Mon/Wed; Nov. 9, 11; 5:30-7:30pm          $45
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