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					  ADULT EDUCATION
       OF THE
    KENNEBUNKS

      SPRING 2007

     OFFICE HOURS
    MONDAY-FRIDAY
9:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m.

  MONDAY-THURSDAY
6:00 p.m. through 9:00 p.m.




     CALL 985-1116
 EMAIL adulted@msad71.net
                       DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE…
                       Our Spring Semester is ready to begin. We have a
                       variety of new classes on our schedule with previously
                       enjoyed class favorites as well.

                       It is time to master a new skill, explore a new interest, or
                       update previous knowledge. Kennebunk/Kennebunkport
                       citizens enjoy many opportunities available through
                       classes taught by our talented, dedicated experienced
                       teachers.

                      GED pre-testing and testing are available free of charge
and upon request. Students who want to improve their basic skills in reading,
writing, or math can get free instruction by calling the adult education office.
English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) language instruction is also
available.

We strive to keep course costs reasonable. Scholarship help is available.
Throughout the pages of this brochure are three Fake Classes. Identify them to
get a chance to win $50.00 worth of adult education classes.

Course registration may be by mail (e-mail for free courses) or in person at the
Adult Education office at Kennebunk High School. To register during the
school day, it will be necessary to obtain a Visitor’s Pass at the Kennebunk
High School main office which is reached through Door 5. During the school
day, the Adult Education door (Door 3) will be locked for security reasons
although it will be open at 5:30pm for evening classes.

We are looking forward to making you welcome in our classes today. Welcome
In.


               CALL US TODAY AT 985-1116
Director:                      Mary Greely(mgreely@msad71.net)
Educational Counselor:         Joan Cowgill(jcowgill@msad71.net)
Administrative Assistants:     Donna Urban (durban@msad71.net)
                               Margaret Wibel (mwibel@msad71.net)




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INFORMATION
OFFICE LOCATION                              MAILING ADDRESS
Kennebunk High School                        Adult Education of the Kennebunks
89 Fletcher Street                           87 Fletcher Street
Kennebunk, ME 04043                          Kennebunk, ME 04043

OFFICE HOURS                                 TELEPHONE NUMBERS
9:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon-Fri                    Office: 985-1116
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Mon-Thurs

EMAIL ADDRESS                                WEBSITE
adulted@msad71.net                           www.msad71.net

SEMESTER CALENDAR
February 26, 2007                            Classes begin
April 16-20, 2007                            Spring Vacation – No Classes
May 28, 2007                                 Memorial Day – No Classes
June 17, 2007                                Adult Education Graduation

STORM CANCELLATIONS
Messages about class cancellations will be on the adult education answering
machine at 985-1116 and broadcast on Channel 6 Alive Storm Center, Channel
8, Channel 13, and on WIDE 1400 AM.

             NO SMOKING ON SCHOOL PREMISES


PARKING
Evening students may use the rear high school parking lot or park in front
perpendicular to the high school building. Please do not park in driveways or in
"NO PARKING" areas to leave space for emergency equipment. We are asking
all our students to pay special attention to parking in legal spots while here at
class.

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
MSAD #71 provides equal educational and employment opportunities regardless
of race, religion, sex, national origin or citizenship status, age, or handicap. Call
985-1116 for needed accommodations.



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LIFE-LONG LEARNER DISCOUNTS
Citizens age 65 and older are eligible for a 20% course fee discount rate. This
does not apply to the fee for courses that include supplies in their total figure or
that are priced with seniors in mind. Request this discount at the time of course
registration.

FIND THE FAKE CLASSES
Hidden within the pages of this Welcome In brochure are three (3) fake classes.
They may sound real, but they are not. Correctly identify each of them on the
form below. Your name will be entered in a prize drawing for $50.00 worth of
adult education classes.


      THE FAKE CLASSES INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
    1. ________________________________
    2. ________________________________
    3. ________________________________
Name:            ___________________________
Address:                ___________________________
City, State, Zip ___________________________
Day phone:              ___________________________
Email Address    ___________________________


Submit completed form to Adult Education of the Kennebunks, 87 Fletcher
Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043. Drawing from correct entries will be March 16,
2007. We will contact participants with contest results by email. Please
include your email address.

We would like to thank the many students who participated in guessing our Fake
Classes last semester. The prize winner, drawn December 1, 2006, was Liz
Paradis of Kennebunk. She correctly identified The Basics of Shrimps by Barry
Cocktail, Pop It Right by Brandy Phillips, and Training for House Plants by
Marietta Geranium.

COURSE FEES
Course fees are due at the time of registration. Many of our course offerings are
FREE as a public service. Registration for free courses may be made by
telephone or email. Registration for free classes is absolutely essential. Classes
with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled.



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REFUND POLICY
Refunds are available to students who cancel course registration prior to the day
of the first class; credit will be issued otherwise. Materials purchased by
students for a course that is cancelled are not refundable. Classes that do not
reach minimum enrollment will be cancelled. Be sure to check to see the status
of a class before purchasing course materials.
CANCELLATIONS
Courses with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled. Participants will be
notified; and fees will be refunded.
WAITING LIST
If a course is full when registration is received, students’ names will
automatically be placed on course waiting lists.
COURSE CONFIRMATION
The Adult Education office does not provide written confirmation of class
enrollment. Please feel free to call us at any time to check course status. We are
happy to assist you.

GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT TESTING
(GED) – JOAN COWGILL,MARTHA MCGANNON, AMY JOHNSON

“I have been out of school for forty-two years. Since I returned to get
my GED, I not only accomplished a major goal, I also increased my self-
esteem, confidence, and insight.” - From a GED graduate

          Adult Education of the Kennebunks offers adults GED testing FREE
of charge. Educational Counselor, Joan Cowgill, works with each student to
develop an individual educational plan.
            The GED Test includes: Language Arts, Reading and Writing,
Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. The questions in each of these tests
require general knowledge and thinking skills. Adults who are 18 and not
enrolled in school are eligible to take this series of tests. We welcome students
from Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, and surrounding communities.
            Even though students have not finished high school, they have
frequently gained knowledge and skills through experience, reading, and
informal training. The GED Tests are designed to measure the important
knowledge and skills, usually learned during four years of high school that may
have been gained in a different manner.
            Adults wishing to take the GED are required to take a GED pre-test.
Pre-tests are available by appointment. Students who succeed in the pre-test
may immediately schedule to take the GED. FREE tutorial assistance is
available if pre-test scores indicate student needs instruction before taking the
official test.

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           We are currently offering small group tutorials for GED students who
have taken the pretest and have specified areas to be strengthened before they go
on to the actual GED.
           Classes are offered at no charge to the students. Workbooks are
$18.00 for each subject.
         GED testing is FREE of charge and takes place by appointment at the
Adult Education Office in Kennebunk High School, Monday through Thursday
evenings, from 6:00-9:00. GED candidates are required to meet with Joan
Cowgill, Educational Counselor, prior to taking the test. Please call 985-1116
for an appointment. Accommodations are available for people with documented
learning disabilities.

“When I realized that I was in a dead-end job, I decided to set
a goal to earn my GED diploma and find a better job.”

“I stayed with the GED program even though it was one of the
hardest things I have ever done. I now have my GED, and it
gives me a great sense of accomplishment.” - From our GED
students



  LITERACY
          One out of every five Maine adults cannot read this brochure. Do you
know someone we can help learn to read? Reading and basic mathematics
instruction for adults who need assistance is available FREE of charge on a
confidential one-to-one tutorial basis. This learning opportunity is offered during
the times of day or evening that fit each student’s schedule. Facilities other than
the school, sometimes local libraries or meeting rooms at local banks, may be
used for lessons.
          Many of our students come referred and encouraged by friends and
employers. If you think a person could benefit from free basic education, please
reach out to them and call us today. We are ready to help.



ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL)
ESOL instruction is offered FREE of charge through Adult Education of the
Kennebunks to non-English speaking students who wish to improve their
language skills. Instruction is provided by adult education teachers and trained
tutors from the community. Call 985-1116 for information. FREE as a public
service.



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                  SCHOLARSHIP HELP AVAILABLE
A fund to help adult education students who would benefit from financial
assistance has been established through the goodwill donation of a
Kennebunk citizen. Application forms for students in need of financial aid
to take adult education courses are available in the adult education office.
CALL 985-1116 for more information.


OFFICE SKILLS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
CLERICAL CERTIFICATE
          Adult Education of the Kennebunks in cooperation with the
Cumberland York Certificate Consortium offers an Office Skills Certificate
Program. This program provides essential clerical skills for entry-level positions
in a variety of office settings. Possible jobs for clerical certificate graduates
might include receptionist, office clerk, file clerk, data entry person, and bank
teller. Required courses include the following:

Bookkeeping I…...……….45 hours           Business English………45-60 hours
Keyboarding (30 wpm).….45 hours         Job Search Skills……….…16 hours
Office Communications.....21 hours      Intro to Computers.…….....36 hours

Students must achieve demonstrated proficiency in each class. Students may
complete the program in one or in up to three years and may take day or evening
courses in a variety of locations. Courses will only be offered with sufficient
enrollment. Students may retake any certificate course another time to reinforce
learning at no charge once they have paid the basic enrollment fee for the
course. Call Adult Education at 985-1116 for registration information.


CLERICAL CERTIFICATE OFFERINGS
BOOKKEEPING I –           ANN PETERSON
Acquire basic record keeping skills related to cash records, accounts
receivable/payable and a filing system for source documents.          Record
information from source documents into journals, reconcile a bank statement,
and prepare a payroll. Leisure Non-Clerical Certificate students welcome
too. Starting date: Wednesday, March 14, 6:00-9:00, 12 classes, Course FREE
as a public service. Textbook and workbook: $80.00


INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS –                       SHELLY AUGER
Designed to prepare students for an office environment, this course features
basic computer terminology, application software, and hardware. Work
independently on a personal computer with basic skills in various software

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packages. Course will proceed at a rapid pace to meet the requirements of the
Clerical Certificate Curriculum. Starting date: Tuesday, March 6, 6:00-9:00, 12
classes. Fee: $50.00 resident/$55.00 non-resident.


SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TRAINING                                     –
MSAD #71 ADMINISTRATORS
Would you like a part-time job that pays $65.00 per day? Have you completed
two years of college? Learn more about serving as a substitute in MSAD #71’s
schools. Students receive certificates of completion. Starting date: Tuesday,
March 6, 7:00-9:00, 3 classes (all classes to be held at Kennebunk High School)
Course FREE as a public service


                  COMPUTER COURSES
 COMPUTER FOR SENIORS I – MARGARET WIBEL
This class is for the complete beginner. If you’re not sure how to start up or shut
down your computer properly or are not comfortable using the mouse or haven’t
used more than one program on your computer, this is the class for you. We
will start with the very basics and talk about common computer terms and be
introduced to Microsoft Word, Email and the Internet. This is a comfortably
paced class with time to work on the techniques discussed. Starting date:
Thursday, March 22, 4:00-6:00, 3 classes. Fee: $25.00 resident/$30.00 non-
resident. Class size limited to six. (No senior discount is available since this
course is priced with seniors in mind.)
COMPUTER FOR SENIORS II – MARGARET WIBEL
This class builds on the skills students have learned in Computer for Seniors I.
We will discuss saving and retrieving word documents, sorting Email, and
refining Internet searches. Time is provided for independent work to organize
documents in Microsoft Word, set up an address book in Outlook Express and
create a Favorites file in Microsoft Explorer. Learn about screensavers and
wallpaper. Please do not sign up for this class if you have not taken
Computer for Seniors I OR checked first with the Adult Education office to
determine if you are very familiar with ALL features covered in Computer
for Seniors I. Starting date: Thursday, May 10, 4:00-6:00, 3 classes. Fee:
$25.00 resident/$30.00 non-resident. Class size limited to six. (No senior
discount is available since this course is priced with seniors in mind.)
DATABASE SEARCHING – LINDA WADE & MARY LOU BOUCOUVALAS
Doing research? Helping a child with homework? Need medical information?
Just curious? Learn to access a searchable collection of online magazines,
newspapers, journals, dictionaries, encyclopedias and images that can be
accessed electronically via the Internet. Our goal is to introduce the various



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databases that are offered through the State Library. Simple to complex searches
will be taught. Date: Wednesday, March 14, 6:00-8:30, 1 class. FREE as a
public service.
EXCEL – SHELLI HOPE-PRIDE
Learn how to create and print a spreadsheet that makes sense. Write simple
formulas, and learn how to use the fx key. Also learn how to use auto sum, find
an average, and master other handy and helpful formulas. Learn how to create
formulas using relative and absolute referencing the easy way. Starting date:
Wednesday, March 21, 6:00-9:00, 2 classes. Fee: $45.00 residents/$50.00 non-
resident.
GENEALOGY ON THE INTERNET – PAM EAGLESON CGsm
The Internet is the genealogist’s most powerful research tool. This two-session
course will demonstrate the best practices for use of the Internet by genealogists
and introduce participants to the current top genealogical web sites. Some
knowledge of the Internet and genealogical research process are required.
Starting date: Monday, April 23, 6:30-9:00, 2 classes. Fee: $20.00
resident/$25.00 non-resident.
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PC - CRAIG MACDONALD
This is a basic class using everyday language to help students understand and
use a computer. Focus first on the computer itself, and then how to use it.
Learn not to be intimidated by a computer, and begin to enjoy it. There will be
some homework and handouts. Textbook is optional: Teach Yourself Visually –
Windows XP (isbn # 0-7645-3619-2) Date: Tuesday, April 3, April 10 and April
24, 6:00-8:00, 3 classes. Fee: $45.00 resident/$50.00 non-resident.
INTERNET & EMAIL FOR BEGINNERS – CRAIG MACDONALD
This class assumes the user has a basic knowledge of the computer and its
operation. Learn what the Internet is and how to navigate it. Learn about
downloads, compressing files, email attachments, and much more. Become
comfortable with the internet and e-mail. Starting date: Tuesday, May 1, 6:00-
8:00, 3 classes. Fee: $45.00 resident/$50.00 non-resident.



                   EDUCATION FOR WORK
Students who choose these courses improve skills to be used in a daily
working/business environment. These classes are available for individuals who
use computers in a job setting and who need to improve their skills. Vocational
training courses for interested adults are offered free of charge. Completion
certificates are available. It is absolutely essential that students have
mastered all basic computer functions before enrolling in fast-paced
computer courses. No remediation is available during class time.


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EXCEL FOR THE WORKPLACE – SUSAN DEMAURO
Create a spreadsheet with formulas, graphics, and charts for daily Excel users in
a work environment. Learn how to format spreadsheets with page break preview
for printing. Windows and Excel experience essential. Date: Saturday, April
28, 9:00-3:00, 1 class. FREE as a public service.
QUICKBOOKS – SHELLI HOPE-PRIDE
Covered topics include: customer and vendor lists, sales and sales forms,
accounts receivable, accounts payable, making deposits, writing checks,
managing credit cards and generating reports. Starting date: Wednesday, April
25, 6:00-9:00, 4 classes. FREE as a public service.
START A SMALL BUSINESS – GORDON PLATT
Co-sponsored by Maine Small Business Development Center
Is starting a small business for you? Is your idea a good one? Learn how
successful small business people get started in this information packed course.
Date: Monday, March 12, 6:00-8:30, 1 class. FREE as a public service.
WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT I FOR THE WORKPLACE -
SUSAN DEMAURO
Learn Web site development using HTML and XHTML markup language for
building a basic Web page with table structure and interactive forms. Web
Design fundamentals will be explored as well as File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
procedures for uploading to a Web server. This is a fast-paced class, so
students MUST have Windows and Internet experience. Date: Saturday,
March 3, 9:00-3:00, 1 class. FREE as a public service.
WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT II FOR THE WORKPLACE -
SUSAN DEMAURO
Students will continue to build Web Development skills learning to design with
tables and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS II). The course will include server side
file management for html files and images. Pre-requisite: Web I. Date:
Saturday, March 31, 9:00-3:00, 1 class. FREE as a public service.


                   SCHOLARSHIP HELP AVAILABLE
A fund to help adult education students who would benefit from financial
assistance has been established through the goodwill donation of a
Kennebunk citizen. Application forms for students in need of financial aid
to take adult education courses are available in the adult education office.
CALL 985-1116 for more information.




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                             ART CLASSES
CRINKLED PAPER TECHNIQUES – CAROL SANTORA
Experiment with three different crinkled paper processes to achieve a wrinkled
or creased look to finished watercolor paintings. Three types of crumpled paper
supports for painting will be demonstrated. Masa paper provided by the
instructor. Call 985-1116 for additional supply list.                 Starting date:
Wednesday, April 4, 6:30-8:30, 3 classes. Fee: $35.00 resident/$40.00 non-
resident.
DRAWING (BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE) - JANE GARNSEY
Everyone can draw. Would you like to sharpen your present drawing skills?
Come join us. All skill levels are welcome. Bring a drawing pad, drawing
board, pencil or charcoal. Starting date: Tuesday, March 13 6:30-9:00, 5
classes. Fee: $45.00 resident/$50.00 non-resident.
MATTE CUTTING – BOB DOYLE
Learn basic matte cutting techniques in this beginner class. Discuss and
calculate measurements and choose color scheme the first night. Come the
second night ready to cut the matte and complete your project. Outside
dimensions of matte will be precut by instructor and will be based on standard
frame sizes. Please bring a photo to matte and any matte cutters you may
have (not required). Starting date: Tuesday, April 3, 6:30-7:30 (second week is
from 6:30-8:30), 2 classes. Fee: $20.00 resident/$25.00 non-resident. Additional
matte costs will be payable directly to instructor. Class limited to 8.
MIXED MEDIA COLLAGE – CAROL SANTORA
A collage can be composed of one or two easy-to-obtain materials glued to a
support or of an unending assortment of materials, made and found, combined in
a multitude of ways. This class will explore some of those methods and
techniques. Principles of collage will be reviewed. There will be discussion
about collage artists Henry Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Romare Bearden, and Robert
Rauschenburg. Call 985-1116 for supply list. Starting date: Wednesday,
March 7, 6:30-8:30, 5 classes. Fee: $45.00 resident/$50.00 non-resident.
MURAL PAINTING – HENRIETTA WYETH
Learn necessary skills to create stunning and dramatic mural paintings. Bring a
six-foot ladder, four quarts of paint, and a 12 inch brush to the first class. Date:
Wednesday, April 11, 6:00-9:00, 1 class. Fee: $40.00 resident/$45.00 non-
resident.
TOLE & DECORATIVE PAINTING (BEGINNER) –
JOYCE HUFF
Learn and and practice skills of this popular craft making beautiful projects. If
you have never tried this form of painting before and have always wanted to,
this class is for you. This class is also for those with some knowledge of tole


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and decorative painting. Call 985-1116 for supply list. Starting date: Tuesday,
March 13, 6:30-8:30, 5 classes. Fee: $45.00 resident/$50.00 non-resident.
TOLE & DECORATIVE PAINTING (INTERMEDIATE) –
JOYCE HUFF
Make new projects in this class and continue to build on skills learned in the
beginner class. It is also a class for those with experience gained in earlier
classes. Call 985-1116 for supply list. Starting date: Tuesday, April 24, 6:30-
8:30, 4 classes. Fee: $40.00 resident/$45.00 non-resident.
WATERCOLOR (BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE) –
JANE GARNSEY
This class is for beginners and those with some experience; all skill levels are
welcome. Color theory is discussed, and individual guidance is provided. Call
985-1116 for supply list. Starting date: Tuesday, April 24, 6:30-9:00, 5
classes. Fee: $45.00 resident/$50.00 non-resident.




                 BUSINESS AND FINANCE

ALL YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT TRUSTS -
MILDA A. CASTNER, ESQUIRE
A comprehensive overview of the use of trusts: Living (or lifetime created)
Trusts, Testamentary Trusts, Special Needs Trust (Medicaid/Nursing Home
issues), Revocable and Irrevocable Estate Tax Planning Trusts. Find out how to
eliminate the ne’er-do-well son-in-law from your estate plan by using a trust.
Questions are encouraged throughout the presentation. Date: Tuesday, April 3,
6:00-8:45, 1 class. Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-resident.
FINANCIAL TRANSITIONS- FIELDER MATTOX
Are you changing jobs? Are you looking to retire someday? Are you interested
in preservation, growth, income, saving taxes? Are you wondering if your
investments are positioned to meet your needs? This class will walk you
through the concepts of tax deferral, old 401k plans, IRAs, financial forecasting
ideas and will be a safe place to ask questions to get unbiased answers. Date:
Thursday, March 22, 6:00-8:00 1 class. Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-
resident.
REBUILDING YOUR WEALTH: WHERE DO YOU GO FROM
HERE? - FIELDER MATTOX
This presentation provides strategies, including taking advantage of tax law
changes, to help investors recover from a bear market and take advantage of a
bull market. Come and discuss how dividends and tax law have changed taxes.
Look at the market at-large and see what has and hasn’t changed in investing?


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Assess your objectives, your allocation, and risk tolerance. Date Thursday,
April 5, 6:00-8:00, 1 class Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-resident.
RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY (WORK OPTIONAL) -
JEFF TROIANO
Explore the common decisions that face those who are planning for or have
already retired. Look at "proper investment planning" for retirement, how
longevity will affect your savings, how to get monthly income from your
investments and how much you can expect. Answer some of the following
questions: Is "estate planning" for me? Do I need Life Insurance? What is an
annuity? Is it for me? What is a "pension plan"? How do I properly handle a
rollover? How do I manage my current 401K? Instructor will use real life
examples. Plan for an interactive and fun class. Date: Tuesday, March 27, 6:00-
8:00, 1 class. Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-resident.
RETIREMENT RED ZONE - NATHANIEL                   TILTON, CMFC, CDFA
The Retirement Red Zone is the critical period of time five years prior to
retirement and five years after retirement begins. We will teach participants
how being in Retirement Red Zone requires specialized planning and
considerations. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls caused by common Red Zone
mistakes. In addition, we will illustrate valuable strategies to make sure that
participants don’t outlive their money. Date: Wednesday, April 4, 6:30-8:30, 1
class. Fee: $10.00 residents/$15.00 non-resident.
REVERSE MORTGAGES –WILLIAM MAY
A reverse mortgage offers a viable means to provide additional income to senior
homeowners. Learn more about how to qualify and the type of income that is
available. Find out more about this unique and potentially helpful program and
how it can enhance your lifestyle. Date: Tuesday, April 24, 6:00-8:00, 1 class.
Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-resident.
SECRETS OF SMART RETIREMENT AND ESTATE
PLANNING-MEET YOUR LIFE PLANNING GOALS -
FIELDER MATTOX
 Do you know exactly what would happen to your family if you didn’t wake up
tomorrow? Will you have enough money to afford a comfortable lifestyle in
retirement? Will you be able to provide your children or grandchildren a quality
education? Do you want to leave more of your estate to the IRS than to your
loved ones? If you are unsure to any of these concepts, then this class can help
explain important retirement planning and estate planning concerns and ideas on
how to help address them. Date: Tuesday, May 1, 6:00-8:00, 1 class. Fee:
$10.00 resident/$15.00 non-resident.
UNDERSTANDING THE HOME FINANCE PROCESS –
RICHARD MORIN
Gain a better understanding of the steps toward home ownership. The evening
covers terminology, qualification, the loan, the paperwork and process,


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secondary market importance, automated underwriting and its impact on you the
borrower, credit scores, and most important: detecting discrimination or
predatory practices and what to do about it. Both veteran homeowner and first
time borrower will benefit from the evenings discussion. More than 2500 people
have graduated from the course making it their first step to successful
homeownership. Date: Thursday, March 8, 6:00-9:00, 1 class. FREE as a
public service. Additional classes will be available: Thursday, March 15, 6:00-
9:00, Thursday May 10, 6:00-9:00, Thursday, May 17, 6:00-9:00. Pre-
registration is necessary.


                             CREATIVITY
BEAD STRINGING BASICS – KRISTIN PHANEUF
Design and string your own unique piece of jewelry in this beginner’s class.
Start and finish either a necklace or bracelet. Learn about findings, beads,
knotting, crimping, and much more. This is an inspiring class for those who love
jewelry and want to learn how to make professional looking pieces. Please call
985-1116 for further information regarding supplies. Date: Tuesday, April 3,
6:00-8:00, 1 class. Fee: $30.00 resident/$35.00 non-resident. Additional
materials range in cost from $15.00 to $25.00.
FLOATING NECKLACE- KRISTIN PHANEUF
Have you ever looked with awe and wonder at the elegance of a beaded
necklace that appears to be floating in mid air? In this class we will explore how
to work with filament, knots, micro-crimps and the elegance of the multistrand.
Making the end adjustable as well as making your piece appear to move with
you will also be included. This is a great beginner project with a sure to be
finished piece by the end of class. Kits are available for $20. Date: Tuesday,
April 10, 6:00-8:00, 1 class. Fee: $30.00 resident/$35.00 non-resident.
JEWELRY MAKING & METALSMITHING –
JENNIFER NIELSEN
Are you curious about jewelry making? In this hands-on class, learn the
fundamentals of jewelry making including sawing, filing, soldering, texturing,
and stone setting. Learn how to get from idea to design to completion of a
project in metal. Starting date: Thursday, April 26, 6:00-9:00, 4 classes (no class
5/18). Fee: $75.00 resident/$80.00 non-resident. Additional supply fee
approximately $40.00.
KNITTING & CROCHET BASICS –
SHARON ROBINSON
Come learn the basics of knitting or crocheting in a relaxed, stress-free
environment. Knitters will need to bring a skein of yarn and size eight needles.
Those who would like to crochet need to bring a size H crochet hook and a skein
of four-ply knitting worsted yarn. Starting date: Tuesday, March 20, 6:00-9:00,
5 classes. Fee $30.00 resident/$35.00 non-resident.


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KNITTING PREPARATION –                  SANDY NEEDLES
Make sure to stay warm and cozy with your own handmade sweater. Come to
first class equipped with one live sheep and be prepared to shear it and then spin
your own yarn. (Custom dying kit and needles include in course fee.) Date:
Monday, March 5, 6:30-9:00, 4 classes. Fee: $50.00 resident/$55.00 non-
resident.
PEARL KNOTTING – KRISTIN PHANEUF
Learn how to knot pearls onto beautiful dyed silks! We will cover tips for
getting knots tight between the beads. A brief history of pearl cultivation will be
included as well as how to care for your pearls and how to recognize quality
when choosing your strands. Make a necklace or multi-strand bracelet. Date:
Tuesday, May 8, 6:00-8:00, 1 class. Fee: $30.00 resident/$35.00 non-resident.
Additional supply kit cost is between $25.00-30.00 and will be payable to
instructor.
PRECIOUS METAL CLAY JEWELRY – LYNDA MCCANN-OLSON
Create your own fine silver jewelry out of a revolutionary new material. PMC is
a nontoxic material which combines fine silver and an organic binder. When
fired in a special kiln, the binder burns off, and the fine silver is left. No prior
jewelry experience is necessary to create beautiful jewelry from this clay-like
material. PMC can be easily modeled, molded, or textured to create your own
unique beads, earrings, pendants or just about anything. This class will feature
fabrication. The fee also covers the firing and polishing to be done for you
following the class. Bring in items to use to texturize the silver such as rubber
stamps or buttons or use those provided. All tools and materials provided.
Date: Saturday, April 28, 12:00-4:00, 1 class. Fee: $125 resident/$130 non-
resident.
UKRAINIAN EASTER EGGS – SERENA WAKELIN
The tradition of Ukrainian Easter eggs goes back centuries with many legends
linked to mystical and magical rites centered on survival. Make beautiful
“pysanka” Easter eggs through a technique of waxing and dyeing. Participants
will create one egg, each but will learn the basic skills to create more at home on
their own. Participants need clean hands with no hand cream. Bring a candle
and a candlestick. Call 985-1116 for supply list. Date: Monday, March 12,
5:50-8:30, 1 class. Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-resident
WIRE ART – COLLEEN VALLIERE
Learn the basics of creating artistic and useful items using copper, silver, or
brass wire. We will be making a variety of different objects with wire such as
wind chimes, mobiles, garden stakes, and sun catchers. The instructor will
supply wire, glass, nuggets, marbles, and beads. Please bring a wire cutter
and needle nose pliers to class. Starting date: Wednesday, May 2, 6:00-9:00, 2
classes. Fee: $20.00 resident/$25.00 non-resident. Materials fee is $15.00.
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WOODWORKING BASICS – TOM POST
Have you always wanted to build something from wood? This popular
beginning course includes reading plans, laying out, cutting, and finishing.
Specific projects and supplies discussed first night. Starting date: Thursday
March 1, 6:00-9:00, 5 classes. Fee: $60.00 residents/$65.00 non-resident.



    SELF-IMPROVEMENT/HEALTH COURSES
END-OF-LIFE-CARE –              CAROL SCHONEBERG
Our society is rapidly aging while, simultaneously, technological advances
create the possibility of extending life as never before. Making difficult end-of-
life decisions is increasingly important but is often delayed or neglected entirely.
Advance Care Planning is an organized approach to initiating discussion,
reflection, and understanding regarding an individual’s current state of health,
goals, values, and preferences for future treatment decisions, including hospice
and palliative care. Date: Tuesday, April 10, 6:00-8:00, 1 class. Fee: $10.00
resident/$15.00 non-resident.
FALUN GONG – MARCUS GALE
Falun Gong is an advanced chi-gong (energy) exercise system originating in
ancient China. Faluln Gong promotes energy flow in the body through five
simple easy-to-learn exercises. Introduced to the public in China in 1992, it is
now practiced in over 60 countries worldwide. The goal of Falun Gong is to
improve quality of life through increased physical energy and mental clarity.
This introductory class will provide a brief overview of the system, plus a
demonstration of the exercises. Date: Tuesday, March 13, 6:30-8:30, 1 class.
FREE AS A PUBLIC SERVICE.
FINDING YOUR VOICE – NINA HEISER
This class in writing will focus on developing a narrative voice, which is needed
no matter the writing style. This class is for anyone who has always wanted to
write, and for those who are already writing, but who want to strengthen their
skills. Starting date Wednesday, April 4, 7:00-8:30, 6 classes. Fee: $35.00
resident/$40.00 non-resident.
FITNESS FOR ALL – PATTY GOOD
Enjoy learning how to stay fit at home using basic equipment. Class will
include use of stability ball, tubes and other resistance equipment. Starting date:
Wednesday, March 21, 6:30-8:30, 4 classes. Fee: $35.00 residents/$40.00 non-
resident.
IMPROVING INDOOR AIR QUALITY – EVELINA VAUGHAN, PhD.
Do you have environmental allergic reactions, environmental induced fatigue,
stuffy air, mold, odors, dry air or elevated humidity in your basement? Learn
about indoor air parameters (relative humidity, dust, and fiber concentrations,
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healthy range for each parameter is. Learn about the correlation between
allergic response and exposure to indoor air contaminants, about better use of
heat, ventilation, air humidifiers, air purifiers, cleaning procedures, and other
remedies to improve air quality at home, in classrooms, and in offices. Date:
Tuesday, March 6, 6:30-9:00, 2 classes. Fee: $10 resident/$15.00 non-resident.
KEEPING OUR MINDS SHARP AS WE AGE – DARLENE FIELD
Are we all destined to become forgetful as we grow older? Are there steps we
can take to prevent those embarrassing "senior moments?” In this stimulating
and fun talk, the Maine Alzheimer's Association will review the most recent
research about maintaining cognitive fitness and reducing the risk of
Alzheimer’s disease over the lifespan. The talk will also address memory loss
that may be the symptom of a more serious condition. If you cannot attend but
would like to receive information, please call the Maine Alzheimer's
Association, anytime 24/7. It’s toll free at 1-800-660-2871. Date: Tuesday, May
15, 6:00-8:30, 1 class. FREE as a Public Service.
LYMPHEDEMA – WHAT IS IT? WHAT CAN BE DONE FOR
IT? - SUSAN WALLINGFORD-LEHMUS, LMT,OTR/L
Lymphedema is an abnormal accumulation of lymphatic fluid that causes
swelling, typically in the arms, trunk, or legs. It can occur because of an
abnormally developed lymphatic system as in primary lymphedema. More
commonly, lymphedemea develops after trauma to the lymphatic vessels or
lymph nodes such as afer surgery, radiation therapy, or injury; this is called
secondary lymphedema. If left untreated, damage to the tissue can occur and
susceptibility to infections increases. Lymphedema is manageable. Learn more
about lymphedema and practical management strategies. Date: Thursday, April
26, 6:30-7:30, 1 class. Fee: $15.00 resident/$20.00 non-resident.
PAST LIFE REGRESSION – ANITA FINDLEN, CHt
Who do you think you were? The saying is “One Life, Many Lives.” One
theory is that all of us have lived many lives and that parts of those lives come
together to make us who we are today. Join this past life regression session to
see what you can learn about your past that will help you understand who you
are right now. Bring a pillow and a mat or your favorite folding chair so you
will be comfortable throughout the session. Date: Wednesday, March 21, 6:30-
8:00 pm, 1 class. Fee: $17.00 resident/$20.00 non-resident
PILATES (MACHINE WORKOUT) – DARYL CONANT, M. ED.
Develop and strengthen your core body by using the Pilates reformer technique.
Classes will be held at The Fitness Nuthouse. Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays,
March 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 & 29, 5:30-6:15, 6 classes. Fee: 90.00 resident/$95.00
non-resident. Class size limited to 10.
REIKI I – PAULINE WILSON
Focus and channel energy for self-healing and for healing others. Reiki is based
on an ancient form of healing described in several Eastern traditions. The name
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Reiki is not a religion nor is it associated with religion. The use of Reiki has
been beneficial to many people, including those suffering with anxiety and panic
attacks, depression, anger management issues, physical pain, etc. Contact
Pauline at 985-3575 for further information. Starting date: Wednesday,
March 21, 6:00-8:00, 2 classes. Fee: $20.00 residents/$25.00 non-residents.
SENIOR FITNESS - DARYL CONANT, M. ED
The fitness class is designed especially for seniors and will feature balance,
flexibility, bone strengthening and functional training. Classes held at Fitness
Nuthouse. Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays, March 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 & 29,
2:00-3:00, 8 classes. Fee: 35.00 resident/$40.00 non-resident. Priced with
Seniors in mind- no Senior discount.
TOXICITY AND OUR BODIES – MAGDALINA WINKLER
Our body is overwhelmed with toxicity and pollution on a daily basis, and this
has a big impact our health. The average American carries over 700 different
toxins in the body. With toxins, the body cannot repair itself. Learn more about
toxicity in America and how to cleanse, replenish, and revitalize your body.
Take charge of your health. Date: Wednesday, March 14, 6:30-8:30, 1 class
OR Wednesday, April 12, 6:30-8:30, 1 class. Fee: $10.00 resident/ $15.00 non-
resident.




                                 HOBBY

BOATING KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS –                        CAPTAIN NEIL T. ROSS
Ever wondered how to read a chart and plan a trip from point A to point B? Are
you apprehensive about fog and limited visibility? Have you been concerned
about who has the right away and what horn signals mean? Do you know what
equipment is required and recommended for your boat? Have you thrown the
anchor overboard and been apprehensive about whether it was going to hold?
The Boating Course, taught by a certified United States Power Squadron
instructor and US Cost Guard licensed captain, will cover these topics and many
more. The text book was revised in 2004 and now includes a section on using
digital charts with a CD provided by MAPTECH. The text book is also
approved by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators and
recognized by the US Coast Guard as acceptable to the National Recreational
Boating Safety Program. Starting date: Tuesday, March 6, 6:30-9:00, 7 classes
(no class April 17). Fee: $10.00 residents/$15.00 non-resident. Materials fee:
$45 for textbook (includes MAPTECH CD) and tools to plot courses. (couples
can share). Please make check for textbook payable to Neil Ross. Students
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DANCE – THE SMOOTH - DENNIS                   GOSSELIN
Enjoy learning some basic smooth dance favorites: the Waltz, Foxtrot, and
Swing. Class has a relaxed, social environment and is perfect for the novice or
more experienced social dancer. Starting date: Thursday, March 8, 6:30-8:00, 4
classes. Fee: $50.00 resident/$55.00 non-resident per couple.
DANCE – THE SPICEY - DENNIS GOSSELIN
Come try some hot Latin rhythms and learn basic steps for the Salsa, Meringue,
and Rumba. Beginning students and those with some experience are welcome
in this class. Starting date: April 26, 6:30-8:00, 4 classes. Fee:
$50.00 resident/$55.00 non-resident per couple.
INTRODUCTORY PHOTOGRAPHY – FANNIE HIRST
Would you like to learn the mechanics of operating your 35mm but get
frustrated with its manual? Have you tried to capture that perfect moment only
to be disappointed with the final result? Learn a step-by-step approach to getting
great exposures. Student must bring a 35mm camera (not intended for point
and shoot cameras) to class with its manual if possible. A photo contest will
challenge participants to practice techniques learned. Experiment with color and
black/white film. Starting date: Wednesday, March 7, 6:30-8:30, 4 classes. Fee
$35.00 resident/$40.00 non-resident.




                             KNOWLEDGE


ACCESSORIZE IT! DON’T JUST DECORATE IT! –
WENDY VAIL REAGAN
Many people underestimate the power of accessories in a room. Accessories
and proper lighting can take a room that seems under dressed to a room that has
a polished look. Just as an outfit is enhanced with scarves and jewelry, rooms
can be decorated to reflect your own personal style. Learn how to choose and
display the finishing touches in your home. Date: Wednesday, May 2, 6:30-
8:30, 1 class. Fee: $15.00 resident/$20.00 non-resident.
ASTRONOMY FOR BEGINNERS – RAY FOWLER
This course is designed for those who have little or no experience with amateur
astronomy. Learning to recognize the Constellations will provide points-of -
departure throughout the study to introduce students to a treasure of basic
astronomical knowledge about our solar system, galaxy and the universe
beyond. Star maps and handouts are provided. Weather permitting, field trips to
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viewing Saturn through the observatory telescope. Class is held at instructor’s
home. Call 985-1116 for directions. Starting date: Thursday, April 19, 7:15-
8:45, 6 classes. Fee: $50.00 resident/$55.00 non-resident.
COLOR CONFIDENCE: HOW TO WEAR MORE COLOR -
JULIE CUNNINGHAM
Color in your wardrobe gives it personality and panache. The right color gives
you a glow, clears your complexion, and makes you look like a star. But it is
hard for many of us to actually integrate more color into our wardrobes because
of bad choices offered in stores, bad selections by us, indecision on our part, or
lack of time even though we want to do it. Learn the tricks for creating that
colorful, yet functional closet of clothes. (This is not the color analysis class,
and we will not be teaching the colors in each season and “doing” our colors.)
Date: Wednesday, April 4, 6:00-9:00, 1 class. Fee: $15.00 resident/$20.00
non-resident
COLOR WITH STYLE – JULIE CUNNINGHAM
Do you want to change your image? Look thinner, younger, taller, healthier,
and more confident with a flattering wardrobe, correct bodyline, style
personality, and intelligent clothing selection. Date: Wednesday, March 7, 6:00-
9:00, 1 class. Fee: $15.00 resident/$20.00 non-resident.
DECORATING – CANDIS LAWRENCE
Would you like to make your home a more comfortable, inviting place? Not sure
where to begin? Learn about space planning, color, design styles and more from
an interior decorator who would love to help. Date: Wednesday, March 14,
6:00-8:00, 1 class OR Wednesday, April 11, 6:00-8:00, 1 class. Fee: $10.00
residents/$15.00 non-resident.
DOG OBEDIENCE – KATHY NUTTER
Learn the basics for living with an obedient dog in this course. Dogs of all ages
are welcome. Shots must be up-to-date. Alumni dogs welcome at no charge.
Starting date: Monday, April 23, (weather permitting), 5:30-6:30, 6 classes. Fee:
$30.00 resident/$35.00 non-resident.
FLATTER THE RIGHT-NOW BODY YOU HAVE (NOT THE
ONE YOU WISH YOU HAD) - JULIE CUNNINGHAM
Learn the right way to dress your body based on reality! Some things look
better on you than other things, and there is a reason for that! Every one of us
has body issues we need to camouflage no matter what our size or shape.
How can I look taller and thinner? Why doesn’t this outfit look good? The
secret is to dress properly, use the right line, the right silhouette, the right color
selections, and the right pieces. You may bring one problem piece of
questionable clothing if desired. (This is not a color analysis or style class.)
Date: Wednesday, June 6, 6:00-9:00, 1 class. Fee: $15.00 resident/$20.00 non-
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KITCHEN DESIGN – PAM MURDOUGH
This kitchen design class is a great opportunity for anyone thinking of
remodeling a kitchen or building a new home. Learn information that will be
helpful for you to make sound decisions. We will begin with the basic design
principles to clarify the importance of a functional kitchen. We will look at
materials such as cabinet construction, detailing, finishes, counter surfaces,
appliances, lighting, and flooring. The first class will be held at the high
school; other classes will be field trips. Please call 985-1116 for further
details. Starting date: Tuesday, March 6, 6:00-8:00, 4 classes. Fee: $40.00
resident/$45.00 non-resident.
LAMP REPAIR 101 – PAUL SANDINI
Do you have a special lamp that’s not working quite right? Learn the best way
to take it apart, replace parts, and make it work like new again. Bring your lamp
and any parts that you may have. Date: Wednesday, March 7, 7:00-9:00, 1 class.
Fee: $10.00 residents/$15.00 non-residents.
MAKEUP IN FIVE MINUTES - JULIE CUNNINGHAM
You can look good every day with minimum fuss and effort while wearing a
natural application of makeup. Learn how to choose the right colors, tools and
methods to achieve this goal. Anyone, no matter what the skill level, is capable
of improving makeup application to this level. Reap the benefits of feeling you
look good every day (in five minutes). You’ve got five minutes to spend on
yourself! (No color analysis in this class). Date: Wednesday, March 28, 6:00-
9:00, 1 class. Fee: $15.00 resident/$20.00 non-resident.
MAKING OUTFITS - JULIE CUNNINGHAM
So we try to stay in our colors and our style, yet we still can’t make those great
outfits we dream about! A closet of clothes that we love to wear for every day
and special days is the dream. How do you get that knack? It is actually a series
of skills we will discuss combined with a good understanding of what we
personally need in our wardrobe to be happy. We will cover how to avoid
“hanger appeal” mistakes and never have “closet envy” again. You may bring
one problem piece of clothing to work on. (This is not a color analysis or style
class.) Date: Wednesday, May 30, 6:00-9:00, 1 class. Fee: $15.00
resident/$20.00 non-resident.
MUSIC MADE EASY – MAJOR MINOR
Do you have music in your soul with no means for self expression? Master this
effective “think system” technique and become an outstanding performance
musician. Bring a musical instrument and spiral ring notebook to first class.
Date: Tuesday, May 1, 7:00-9:00, 6 classes. Fee: $30.00 resident/$35.00 non-
resident.
MYSTERY PHENOMENA - RAY FOWLER
Professionally prepared videos and informal follow-up discussions about a
variety of mystery phenomena reported by a great number of credible persons
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Near Death Experiences, Angels, Ghosts, and Past Lives. Class is held at
instructor’s home. Call 985-1116 for directions. Starting date: Monday,
March 5, 7:15-8:45, 6 classes.
ORGANIC FARMING – MOFGA instructor
Are you concerned about the effects of toxic pesticides on the environment and
your family’s health? Mystified by what “organic” means? Looking to garden
in a safe and ecological manner? This workshop will cover the basics of
growing things without chemical pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Local
experts will talk about organic soil management, weed control, and pest control.
This class is for first-time gardeners and for experienced gardeners who want to
experiment with new techniques. $5.00 fee for educational materials is payable
to the instructor. Date: Wednesday, April 4, 6:00-9:00, 1 class. Fee: $10.00
resident/$15.00 non-resident.
PREVENTING IDENTITY THEFT                    – WILLIAM N. LUND
What do you do if your wallet or purse is stolen with your credit or debit cards?
How can you determine if you’re a victim of ID theft and who is the likely
perpetrator? (You may be surprised.) How can you “freeze” your credit report
files to prevent unauthorized access? What are common scams seen in Maine?
Our instructor directs Maine’s Office of Consumer Credit Regulation, and he
will describe how state and federal laws protect Mainers from the effects of
identity theft. He will explain how you can obtain your own credit report for free
online and what to do if you find errors or if you suspect fraud. Date:
Wednesday, April 11, 7:00-9:00, 1 class. Fee: $5.00 resident/$10.00 non-
resident.
REDESIGN, REFINE & REFRESH YOUR PROBLEM ROOM –
CATHY ROWE, CWFD AND WENDY VAIL REAGAN
Do you have an open or irregular floor plan and don’t know how to place your
furnishings: Do you want to redecorate a room and don’t know where to start”
Join us for this class as we look at how to arrange and design (or redesign) a
room. We’ll be covering topics including furniture placement, choosing color
schemes, and identifying your decorating “style.” You will also learn how to
make a large room more inviting and how to make a small room appear larger.
If you have a challenging room that you would like help with, please bring
pictures. Limited to 10 participants. Participants who attend both sessions are
eligible to schedule a complimentary one hour in-home consultation.
Starting date: Wednesday, March 7, 6:30-9:00, 2 classes. Fee: 25.00
resident/$30.00 non-resident
SAT PREPARATION - BETH KEEZER
High school students prepare for the SAT, and improve your test scores!
Become familiar with SAT-type questions, develop test-taking strategies,
manage test panic, increase confidence and speed, and get a review of test
content. The homework assignments are personalized to meet each student’s
individual needs. Each student will take a full-length diagnostic exam at the
beginning of the course. Upon completion of the course, the students will have
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continuous access to an on-line program to continue their study of the SAT.
Starting date: Wednesday, March 28, 6:00-9:00, 6 classes. FREE as a public
service.
SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW KENNEBUNK? – STEVE ADAMS
Enjoy this evening of Kennebunk history through an informal approach to
Kennebunk’s people, homes, businesses, and experiences over the last 300
years. Explore a side of Kennebunk most people never see. Date: Wednesday,
April 19, 6:30-9:00, 1 class. Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-resident.
SPANISH (BASIC)           – EVA GUARNERI
Discover the Hispanic world. Learn about the culture while learning basic
Spanish. All levels welcome. Starting date: Thursday, March 22, 6:00-8:00, 8
classes (no class April 19). Fee: $45.00 resident/$50.00 non-resident.
SUMMERTIME TREASURES – JOY RUSSO
Explore books appropriate to children’s ages and interests in this celebration of
summer reading. Course focus will be the fourteenth annual edition of
“Summertime Treasures,” a collection of reading suggestions. Come discuss
interesting, exciting books for young people and adults. Date: Thursday, May
17, 7:00-8:30, 1 class. FREE as a public service.
TRAVEL TO FLORENCE – JANE ANN SMITH
The Great City of the Renaissance! Florence is one of the most beautiful and
historically important cities of the world. I would like to share with you: the art;
the history; of course, the shopping; the food; and in general, the best of
Florence as I have discovered. Date: Wednesday, April 4, 2 classes, 6:30-8:30.
Fee: $15.00 resident/$20.00 non-resident.
TRAVEL TO SPAIN - EVA GUARNERI
The image of Spain is one of a leisurely lifestyle, plentiful sunshine, and lively
towns and cities combined with friendly people. Come to this class to hear
about the experiences of one who has lived in Barcelona and knows Madrid just
as well. You will hear about museums, restaurants, shopping, and life in the
city. Date: Thursday, May 24, 1 class, 6:00-8:00. Fee: $ 10.00 resident/$ 15.00
non-resident.
UFOS AND THE ALLAGASH MYSTERY – RAY FOWLER
This video and discussion course is based upon Ray Fowler’s book entitled the
Allagash Abductions. The three lessons provide an overview of the UFO
phenomenon and a presentation of a classical UFO encounter by four students
that took place on the Allagash waterway August 26, 1967. A detailed
investigation that resulted in a 10-volume 702 page report revealed that the four
students had been taken aboard a UFO and given medical examinations. Further
investigation disclosed that the identical twins among the four students had been
abducted by UFOs since their childhood. Several TV documentaries of the
event will be viewed and discussed. Class is held at instructor’s home. Call
985-1116 for directions. Starting date: Monday, April 23, 7:15-8:45, 3 classes.
Fee: $25.00 resident/$30.00 non-resident.

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UFOS AND THE CRASH AT ROSWELL- RAY FOWLER
This course provides documentation for the famous UFO crash retrieval report
at Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. The class will be privy to filmed interviews
with witnesses to the event obtained by the Fund for UFO Research. These
include the testimony of a USAF General. UFO Crashes investigated by Ray
Fowler are also presented as well as other types of UFO events currently kept
secret by our government. These include reports of UFOs affecting the
operational status of Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles based in the United
States and Russia. Ray worked on the Minuteman Missile for 20 years. He was
a member of the Minuteman Production Board and in a unique position to
interview Minuteman Launch Control Officers involved in the events. Filmed
interviews with these officers will be shown and discussed. Class is held at
instructor’s home. Call 985-1116 for directions. Starting date: Thursday,
March 8, 7:15-8:45, 3 classes. Fee: $25.00 resident/$30.00 non-resident.
WINDOW TREATMENTS FOR EVERY ROOM –
CATHY ROWE, CWFD, IDS
Choosing window treatments can paralyze a decorating project. Should you go
with wood blinds or shutters? Inside mount or outside mount? Full-length
draperies or just a valance? And where should the rod be installed? What width
should the draperies be? Learn how to choose the appropriate window
treatments for every room. Date: Wednesday, April 11, 6:30-9:00, 1 class.
Fee: $15.00 resident/ $20.00 non-resident.



                       COOKING CLASSES
CANDY MAKING – COLLEEN VALLIERE
Come learn how to make chocolate candies using molds. Dipping techniques
will also be demonstrated. Lab fee of $10 is payable to instructor. Date:
Tuesday, April 10, 6:00-9:00, 1 class. Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-
resident.
EASY CHEESY APPETIZERS, PART 2 – AMY JOHNSON
Join the fun! Come learn to make more simple appetizers that you can whip up
in no time. Of course, each appetizer will have one ingredient of CHEESE.
Students will participate in the making and the eating of the appetizers. Date:
Wednesday, March 14, 6:30-8:30, 1 class. Fee: $10.00 resident/$15.00 non-
resident. Lab fee ranging from $10.00-$15.00 will be payable to instructor.
EASY CHICKEN RECIPES, PART 2 – AMY JOHNSON
Amy has three more chicken dishes for you to try. Come cook and learn three
new easy chicken recipes that will WOW your family and friends. Each recipe
will take less than one hour to cook. Students will participate in the making and
eating of our creations. Date: Monday, March 5, 6:30-8:30, 1 class. Fee $10.00
resident/$15.00 non-resident. Lab fee ranging from $10.00-$15.00 will be
payable to instructor.
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SALADS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER -                                AMY JOHNSON
Looking for a new salad recipe to bring to the next BBQ? Come learn to make
four favorite salads and some homemade dressings. Come hungry. Amy will
bring the bread! Students will participate in the creation and the eating of the
salads. Date: April 30, 6:30-8:30 , 1 class. Fee: $10.00
resident/$15.00 non-resident. Lab fee ranging from $10.00-$15.00 will be
payable to instructor.




                            ADULT EDUCATORS

Steve Adams has been a licensed real estate broker since 1970 and is owner of the
York County Title Company here in town. Students keep coming back to learn more and
to enjoy his dynamic teaching style.
Shelly Auger is a competent and patient computer instructor. She is always willing to
answer questions.
Mary Lou Boucouvalas has her B.A. from USM and her Masters in Library Science
from Simmons. She is the Director at Graves Library.
Milda A. Castner, Esq. has been practicing law in Maine since 1983. Her emphasis
is in estate planning, probate administration and contested probate matters, elder law, real
estate, and municipal law. She has served on many boards and committees.
Daryl Conant is an Exercise Physiologist and the owner/founder of a local wellness
company. A former strength conditioning coach of the US Olympic Training Center, he
is a dynamic and inspiring teacher.
Joan Cowgill, long time educator, enjoys her role as educational counselor and student
advocate. She has experience with students K- post-graduate and enjoys the opportunity
to help students reach their goals.
Julie Cunningham is a professionally trained individual Style and Image Consultant.
Her dynamic, exciting presentations involve students fully.
Susan DeMauro is recognized for her enthusiasm and ability to make even the most
timid computer user feel confident. For many years a professor in the Computer
Department at NHCTC in Stratham, NH, she is presently employed in advertising sales.
Bob Doyle and his wife Eve Ellison have been the owners FrameWorks in Kennebunk
since 2001. They have been happily framing family photographs and personal memories
and invite you to come and frame yours.
Wayne DuPlessis, M.ED, MFT is a therapist in private practice with a speciality in
family therapy – particularly dealing with adolescents and their families.
Pam Eagleson, CGsm has 21+ years’ experience as a genealogist and enjoys sharing
her love of family history with her students and clients and hopes they leave with new
ideas, information, and enthusiasm to continue their ancestral search.
Darlene Field is the Education and Training Specialist at the Alzheimer’s Association
of Maine.
Anita Findlen CHt, (Hypnotic Solutions/ Gardens of Atlantis) is certified in
Past Life Regression therapy by Henry Bolduc, a nationally renowned regression master
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for 45 years. She is a successful long-term adult educator who has her own successful
Hypnotherapy practice.
Ray Fowler’s career has included a tour with the USAF Security Service; he was a
senior planner for the Minuteman Missile Program. An internationally respected UFO
researcher, he has written ten books on the subject.
Marcus Gale is a children’s musician, composer, songwriter and storyteller who has
performed at family festivals throughout northern New England.
Jane Garnsey’s life goal from the age of six was to draw. Now a professionally trained
and supportive art teacher, she encourages students to use class to build an artistic
framework so they can successfully create their own artwork at home when class is over.
Patty Good is a physical education teacher at Kennebunk High School and a
professional ski instructor. She enjoys playing golf and thrives on maintaining an active
and energetic life style.
Dennis Gosselin is an enthusiastic dance teacher who presents class material in a
sequential progression of steps. His students see him as an instructor who increases
student confidence.
Mary Greely, 32 years in the position of Adult Education Director, encourages our
talented teachers to do the best job possible for their students. Her approach to education
is energetic, and she works to make the public feel welcome at all times in our schools.
Eva Guarneri was born in Argentina and grew up in Spain. Eva has been in the States
for five years. Join this talented teacher, and learn how to speak the Spanish language.
Nina Heiser is a freelance writer and editor, known locally for her work with the York
County Coast Star, where she was a reporter for four years. She has edited works of
fiction and non-fiction for published and self-published authors. She has recently offered
a two-week theater camp through River Tree Arts and is currently writing fiction.
Fannie Hirst is a professional photographer whose winning ways and pleasant
disposition make her a favorite. She has had extensive art training and has received
Honors in Portraiture from the New England School of Photography.
Shelli Hope-Pride has worked in Adult Education for the past ten years. During this
time, she has taught basic to advanced computer at various Adult Education programs
throughout southern Maine and at USM. We are pleased to have her teach in the
Kennebunks this year.
Joyce Huff has been painting for years and has taught many classes. She led the
national “Learn to Paint Day” program locally in the fall of 2000. Joyce loves to paint
and is an expert in sharing her talent and joy of painting.
Amy Johnson loves to cook for family and friends. She is even in a cooking club. Amy
also caters and cooks with the owners of the Silver Tureen restaurant here in Kennebunk.
Candis Lawrence is an interior designer who would love to share her passion for
making homes into an expression of the people who live there.
William N. Lund, an attorney, has been active for many years at the state and national
regulatory levels in the areas of consumer credit, debt collection, personal privacy and
identity theft.
Craig MacDonald is currently employed at Customized Computer Design, Inc. where
he builds and services computers. He has taught basic computers for five years and looks
forward to sharing his knowledge with our students.
Fielder Mattox, AAMS is a Financial Consultant, Accredited Asset Management
Specialist, and Retirement Planning Consultant focused on the preservation of assets,
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increasing growth and income, as well as estate planning and wealth transfer strategies.
He has lived in Maine for over ten years and is based in Portland.
William May has served the senior market for 12 plus years and provides a broad
background with reverse mortgages and related services.
Lynda McCann-Olson is a certified precious metal clay instructor. She received her
BA in Art and Environmental Studies from Colby College and her Masters in Teaching
and Learning from USM. She has been working with Precious Metal Clay since 1998.
Martha McGannon’s background is communications. A graduate of the University of
New Hampshire, Marty is an Alternate Examiner for GED testing. She is patient and
positive as she gives her students confidence.
Major Minor is a classically raised professional musician who recently moved to
Kennebunk from New York City.
MOFGA (Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association) takes pride in
their skill and knowledge of growing organic products and are excited to share this
knowledge with the gardening community.
Richard Morin is the founder and owner of Consumers First Mortgage in Kennebunk.
He has enjoyed a 25 plus year career in the banking and home finance industry.
Pam Murdough is the owner of Kennebunk Kitchens & Baths located in the Lower
Village. She has been designing kitchens on the Seacoast for over 25 years. She
graduated from Endicott College with an Interior Design Degree and is a certified kitchen
and bath designer.
Jennifer Nielsen graduated from Portland School of Art in 1991. Her work is featured
in galleries and trade shows across the country. She is a competent and patient teacher.
Sandy Needles is an expert crafter and business person. Her farm, Happy Trails, is
thriving in nearby Limington.
Kathy Nutter started training dogs at eight years old in her own backyard. She has
taught dog obedience classes in Adult Education for the past eight years.
Ann Peterson, BS in Accounting from USM, has spent 30 years in the accounting
field and has done one-to-one bookkeeping training. Ann is always anxious to teach in
adult education as she, “absolutely loves this line of work.” She is noted by her care for
her students and her clear instruction.
Kristin Phaneuf Burgess earned her Fine Arts Degree from Heartwood College and
has taught a variety of jewelry making classes at the Beadin’ Path in Freeport. Her
personal approach makes learning easy.
Rachel Phipps, LMSW, Kennebunk/Kennebunkport Youth Services Coordinator, is a
professional social worker who spends much of her time helping our local youth.
Gordon Platt is a Small Business Development Counselor who has had many
experiences in business settings. His areas of expertise include purchasing, marketing,
advertising, sales, budgeting/ cash flow management, and human resources.
Tom Post is a teacher of technology at Kennebunk High School. He is experienced in
both wood and metal work. He has a special interest in boat and furniture building.
Wendy Vail Reagon has a background in graphic arts and design. Wendy has
combined her love of working with people, her creativity, and a great eye for color by
pursuing a career in interior decorating. She currently works as a design consultant for
Well Dressed Interiors.
Sharon Robinson has knitted and crocheted most of her adult life and is ready to share
this hobby with our students. She is very patient in her approach to teaching.
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Captain Neil Ross, has his U.S. Coast Guard 100-Ton Masters License. He is a
Casco Bay Power Squadron Educations Officer and has boating in his blood. He is an
experienced and conscientious teacher.
Cathy Rowe, CWFD, IDS, is the owner of Well Dressed Interiors in Kennebunk.
She is certified as a Window Fashion Designer and is an affiliate member of IDS
(International Design Society). She has been in business as a Design Consultant for the
past four years.
Joy Russo, Library Media Specialist at KHS has worked as a school librarian for over
20 years. She teaches a children’s literature course at UNE and is eager to share her
knowledge in choosing the best books for children within our community.
Carol Santora received her BFA from Framingham State College and has over ten
years’ teaching experience in various art disciplines. She has exhibited in numerous solo,
juried, invitational, and group shows along the east coast as well as in California,
Wyoming, the Virgin Islands, and France. She has received over five dozen local and
regional awards for her work and has demonstrated and lectured at numerous colleges.
Carol’s gallery, Santora Fine Art, is in Kennebunk
Paul Sandini started repairing lamps as a hobby and decided to make a business out of
it. He now owns and operates Bennedetto’s Furniture and Lamp Repair currently located
at 75 York St., Kennebunk.
Carol Schoneberg is an end-of-life educator and bereavement program manager at
Hospice of Southern Maine – Maine’s first not-for-profit freestanding hospice program.
She has been active as a hospice educator for 13 years, but her love of hospice has
developed over a lifetime.
Jane Ann Smith has been teaching music and art for many years; she has a B.S. in
Education. Two years ago her life-long dream to visit Florence was fulfilled, and she has
just returned from her fourth trip.
Nathaniel Tilton is a personal financial consultant and principal owner of Tilton
Sturman Financial Consulting. He is a 1990 graduate of Kennebunk High School and
business partner with Todd Sturman (Kennebunk High School Class of 1992). They have
offices in Waltham, MA and Kennebunk, ME and specialize in personal financial
planning and investment management for individuals and families.
Jeff Troiano, a practicing senior financial advisor and President of Troiano &
Associates, Registered Investment Advisors, holds a BA in Business Administration from
St. Michael’s College. He is a licensed principal for securities and insurance and a
Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor.
Donna Urban is a welcome addition to the Adult Education staff. She is helpful and
efficient in answering and solving problems.
Colleen Valliere began teaching here eleven years ago and has created a wide range of
courses. She is noted for her enthusiastic, knowledgeable instruction and the professional
results of her work. She shares her skills with patience and talent.
Evelina Vaughan, PhD is an Indoor Air Quality consultant and Human Health Risk
Assessment Specialist. She has worked as a regulator for the Department of
Environmental Protection, a researcher for Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and a teacher at
the University of Massachusetts. She believes that long winters and wet summers make
the quality of indoor environment a very important issue for Mainers.
Linda Wade has a B.A. from Radcliffe and taught history before becoming a librarian.


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Serena Wakelin, has taught making Ukrainian eggs for many years. Her student
sthoroughly enjoy this popular course.
Susan Wallingford-Lehmus, LMT,OTR/L is an occupational therapist and certified
lymphedema specialist. She works at the Lymphedema Center of Maine at Mercy
Hospital in Portland. She is also a licensed massage therapist with a private practice in
Saco.
Margaret Wibel is enjoying her sixth year at Adult Education of the Kennebunks. She
is happy to help both students and teachers. She is also a competent and patient teacher of
Computer for Seniors.
Pauline Wilson has a Bachelor’s Degree in biology, with a chemistry minor. She has
worked as a Medical Assistant in Kennebunk for 15 years. She began her study of Reiki
in 2000 and received her Master Teacher Degree in 2002. Pauline currently conducts a
Reiki practice in her home.
Magdalina Winkler has been in the health and wellness profession over 12 years – as a
massage therapist, reflexologist and in various energy and nutritional support work. Her
practice is located at 58 Portland Rd., in Kennebunk.
Henrietta Wyeth is an accomplished painter with her own gallery in Portsmouth,
New Hampshire.




WHAT OUR STUDENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT OUR TEACHERS…

Steve Adams has much knowledge to share and presents his material in an
interesting manner. The photos were great!
Shelly Auger prepared herself and took time to made sure we all understood.
The challenge and humor we shared were one of the best parts of the class.
Milda Castner teaches a worthwhile course in estate planning. She is very
organized, straightforward, clear and concise. She was willing to answer any and
all questions.
Julie Cunningham’s classes are fun; you always go away with helpful
information. She is knowledgeable and has great ideas.
Susan DeMauro is fun, approachable, and explains course material in such a
way that is easy to understand. She knows her subject and is very enthusiastic
about it.
Ray Fowler is mesmerizing as an instructor!!
Eva Guarneri made the Spanish language come alive. She is approachable and
has fun with her class.
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Nina Heiser allows her students to grow wide in their writing experience and
encourages us to try new things.
There is never a dull moment with Fannie Hirst. She is open to all abilities
and is a great teacher.
Shelli Hope-Pride is very patient and explained things very well. She is very
knowledgeable.
Joyce Huff is a great teacher. There is always something new to learn in her
class.
Susan Lehmus has a gentle, caring method of presenting her class.
Kathy Nutter is a positive and informative teacher. She takes the time to give
each owner/pet individual attention.
Kristin Phaneuf Burgess’s instruction was easy to understand. She made it
fun, and I’d come back.
Tom Post is very easy and fun to work with. He is knowledgeable, calm,
patient, and nice tools!
Gordon Platt molded his presentation to meet the needs of the group. I gained
great insight into the world of starting my own business.
Sharon Robinson is helpful, funny, encouraging, and more.
Linda Wade and Mary Lou Boucouvalas are knowledgeable, helpful,
patient and fun!
Margaret Wibel took away fear of attempting the computer at my age. We
tried each thing on our computers, and Margaret worked with each of us when
we had a problem. She has just the right approach to keep the computer from
intimidating me.



              WANTED: COURSE SUGGESTIONS
   Is there a specific course you wish Adult Education of the
 Kennebunks would offer? Call us today at 985-1116 or contact
              us by email at adultd@msad71.net.



INDEX
ACCESSORIZE IT ...............................................................................18
ALL YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT TRUSTS ............11
ASTRONOMY FOR BEGINNERS .....................................................18
BEAD STRINGING BASICS .............................................................13
BOATING KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS ..........................................17
BOOKKEEPING .....................................................................................6

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CANDY MAKING..................................................................................23
COLOR CONFIDENCE.........................................................................19
COLOR WITH STYLE .........................................................................19
COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS............................................................I7
COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS I.........................................................I7
CRINKLED PAPER TECHNIQUES....................................................10
DANCE – THE SMOOTH ....................................................................18
DANCE – THE SPICEY ........................................................................18
DATABASE SEARCHING...................................................................7
DECORATING.......................................................................................19
DOG OBEDIENCE ................................................................................19
DRAWING – BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE ...............................10
EASY CHEESY APPETIZERS ............................................................23
EASY CHICKEN RECIPES..................................................................23
END-OF-LIFE CARE............................................................................15
ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES.................5
EXCEL .....................................................................................................8
EXCEL FOR THE WORKPLACE (BEGINNER) ................................9
FALUN GONG .......................................................................................15
FINDING YOUR VOICE.....................................................................15
FINANCIAL TRANSITIONS ...........................................................11
FITNESS FOR ALL..............................................................................15
FLATTER THE RIGHT-NOW BODY................................................19
FLOATING NECKLACE.......................................................................13
GED..........................................................................................................4
GENEALOGY ON THE INTERNET ..................................................8
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PC ........................................................8
IMPROVING AIR QUALITY .............................................................15
INTERNET & EMAIL FOR BEGINNERS........................................8
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS ................................................6
INTRODUCTORY PHOTOGRAPHY ..................................................18
JEWELRY MAKING & METALSMITHING....................................13
KEEPING OUR MINDS SHARP AS WE AGE.................................16
KITCHEN DESIGN ..............................................................................20
KNITTING PREPARATION...............................................................14
KNITTING/CROCHET BASICS .......................................................13
LAMP REPAIR .......................................................................................20

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LYMPHEDEMA .....................................................................................16
MAKE UP IN FIVE MINUTES ..........................................................20
MAKING OUTFITS ............................................................................20
MATTE CUTTING................................................................................10
MIXED MEDIA COLLAGE..................................................................10
MURAL PAINTING..............................................................................10
MUSIC MADE EASY ...........................................................................20
MYSTERY PHENOMENA....................................................................20
ORGANIC FARMING ..........................................................................21
PAST LIFE REGRESSION .................................................................16
PEARL KNOTTING ..............................................................................14
PERC ........................................................................................................33
PILATES (MACHINE WORKOUT)...................................................16
PRECIOUS METAL CLAY JEWELRY ...............................................14
PREVENTING IDENTITY THEFT ...................................................21
QUICKBOOKS ......................................................................................9
REBUILDING YOUR WEALTH .........................................................12
REIKI I...................................................................................................16
REDESIGN, REFRESH, REFINE YOUR ROOM .............................21
RETIRMENT RED ZONE....................................................................12
RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY .................................................12
REVERSE MORTGAGES .....................................................................12
SALADS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER...........................................24
SAT .........................................................................................................21
SECRETS OF A SMART RETIREMENT..........................................12
SENIOR FITNESS ..............................................................................17
SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW KENNEBUNK..................................22
SPANISH ...............................................................................................2
START A SMALL BUSINESS...........................................................9
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TRAINING.............................................7
SUMMERTIME TREASURES ............................................................22
TOLE & DECORATIVE PAINTING – BEGINNER.........................10
TOLE & DECORATIVE PAINTING – INTERMEDIATE..............11
TOXICITY AND OUR BODIES ........................................................17
TRAVEL TO FLORENCE .....................................................................22
TRAVEL TO SPAIN .............................................................................22
UFOs AND ALLAGASH MYSTERY ..................................................22

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UFOs AND CRASH AT ROSWELL ...................................................23
UKRAINIAN EASTER EGGS.............................................................14
UNDERSTANDING HOME FINANCE ............................................12
WATERCOLOR......................................................................................11
WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT I FOR THE WORKPLACE ...............9
WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT II FOR THE WORKPLACE.............9
WINDOW TREATMENTS FOR EVERY ROOM.............................23
WIRE ART .............................................................................................14
WOODWORKING BASICS................................................................15




WANTED BY ADULT EDUCATION OF THE KENNEBUNKS-

TEACHERS:
Do you have a talent or skill that you would be willing to share
with members of our community? Call 985-1116 today for an
Adult Education application form. We would love to talk with you
about your course idea. We are always looking for new and
exciting suggestions.

STUDENTS:
Do you know a person who might benefit from the services of
Adult Education of the Kennebunks? We are always anxious to
speak with potential students. Call 985-1116 today.



Adult Education of the Kennebunks thanks the Kennebunk and
Kennebunkport communities for their consistent support of our
program, and we welcome suggestions for improvement.




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                   LAST BUT NOT LEAST

Parent Effectiveness in Resolving Conflict (PERC)
RACHEL PHIPPS, LMSW CC & WAYNE DUPLESSIS,M.Ed., MFT
Are you the parent of a teenager? Are you counting the seconds until your
teenager is an adult? Would you like to communicate better with your teen?
Youth Alternatives is sponsoring this helpful program designed to improve your
relationship and communication with your teenager. Starting date: Thursday,
March 8, 6:30-8:30, 6 classes. Fee: $120.00 per person, $140.00 per couple
($85. for class and $35. for books and course materials.). Call 207-874-1175 for
scholarships details.




             REGISTRATION INFORMATION

    •   Register for classes early.
    •   Avoid disappointment when classes are full. Register in person at the
        Adult Education office in Kennebunk High School , by mail, or email.
    •   Please include day/evening telephone and mailing address and email
        address on the registration form.
    •   Students will NOT receive written confirmation of course registration.
    •   Please feel free to call the Adult Education office to confirm course
        status. Registration in non-credit courses for current high school
        students is on a waiting list, space available basis.


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       ADULT EDUCATION REGISTRATION
Course fees are indicated inside the brochure with the course description. To
register by mail, send a check payable to MSAD #71 to Adult Education, 87
Fletcher Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043. Registrations can also be made in
person at the Adult Education office in Kennebunk High School. To register
during the school day, it will be necessary to obtain a Visitor’s Pass at the
Kennebunk High School main office which is reached through Door 5. During
the school day, the Adult Education door (Door 3) will be locked for security
reasons although it will be open at 5:30pm for evening classes. Registration for
free, non-credit courses may be telephoned (985-1116) or emailed
(adulted@msad71.net) to the Adult Education office. It is absolutely
essential to pre-register for free classes since insufficient enrollment will cause
cancellation.




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