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BASIC SEWING OR QUILTING CLASS
with Liza Donald
Have you always wanted to sew, but do not know where to start? Are you a casual sewer that wants to refine your technique? Whether you are a total beginner or a self-taught hobbyist, Beginner Sewing Class is for you! I will help you, —whether you are starting from scratch, or just need a few more pointers. I will cover some of the basics, from understanding your machine to achieving the perfect fit. Plus, you will finish the project with four classes. Looking to help you with any project you want to do or you can make a christmas placemat. Please bring your sewing machine to class. Make sure it is in good working order. Materials List: - Tape Measure (60 inch) - Marking pencil - Straight Pins - Seam ripper - Six inch seam guide - Hand Sewing Needles - Scissors - Fabric for project
BIOLOGY WITH LAB
with Wyder, Chris
An introductory biology course for those needing science applicable to college level entrance or extra high school credits.
CERTIFIED RESIDENTIAL MEDICATION AIDE
with LAURIE HISCOCK
A 40-hour course designed to teach Residential Care Workers to administer selected non-injectable medications in a Licensed Residential Care or Group Home setting. The course provides the basic understanding needed to administer medications and to document safely and accurately. The course covers State of Maine regulations, standard residential facility policies, basic anatomy and physiology, common medications in the majority of drug classes, and the practice of safe medication administration procedures. Once enrolled, participants must complete all classroom and clinical components, without exception. Mock med passes are completed as part of the classroom experience. In addition, participants are required to perform 3 med passes supervised by an RN in a clinical setting. Documentation of these med passes is due within 45 days of the completion of the course. It is important for the CRMA to understand exactly what the roles and responsibilities of this position include.
The 180 hour Certified Nursing Assistant Course is designed to prepare the student to be a Nursing Assistant. Call the Adult Ed Office at 778-3460 for application, registration requirements and placement on a waiting list. Details regarding dates, location and fees will be provided to participants as the class fills.
with Carroll Ware
Join us for a four day course that will fully prepare you to confidently enter the state's testing and licensing process for hunting, fishing and/or recreation. Carroll Ware from Fins and Furs in Skowhegan will be leading the course, which is the longest running in the state. Maine is considered one of the toughest states to obtain a license, with a first-time failure rate exceeding 60%. However, roughly 85-90% of the students in Carroll's class succeed in passing in the first round. Using written materials from the state, as well as a curriculum developed over 25 years, the course builds top notch map and compass proficiency, and equips students to react quickly and efficiently during stressful situations, such as a lost client or medical emergency. In addition, student become better woodsman by gaining knowledge on navigation, boating, hunting, species identification and countless other topics. Students will also be given a wealth of information on starting and running a guiding business.
So Carroll at Fins & Furs in Skowhegan will be teaching his guide training course (the longest running in the state!) March 1, 2, 3 and 4 2018 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The course will cost $425 per person (which is the cheapest in the state too!) and a 50% deposit is due by Feb 1.
Please call Franklin County Adult Education for more information and to sign up.
MATH FOCUS ON ALGEBRA 1
with Suzanne Kidd
This course is designed to meet the math requirements for the High School Diploma and to upgrade the skills of adults preparing for a job, college or vocational training. Includes Algebra
MODERN SQUARE DANCE:
Come join us for 13 weeks of FUN, FRIENDS, GOOD MUSIC and GOOD TIMES! Meet new friends and get off that treadmill! Good indoor winter exercise, both physical and mental (without the pain and boredom!). No experience necessary and the dress is always casual. Partners are not required but are always encouraged. Bring a friend (or two!). Come as a stranger, leave as a friend! Hope to see you there!!!
Fee: $80 a couple - $40 per person, NEW beginners - half price for the semester. For more information contact Larry & Marilyn Waugh at 778-6450
PAINT NIGHT AT MT. ABRAM HIGH SCHOOL
with Tabby Reindeau
Have you wanted to paint but didn’t think you could? How about joining us and starting and completing a painting in a couple of hours? Topics will be seasonally based. Supplies included. Location: Mt. Abram High School, Dates: October 18 and December 6, 5:30 - 7:30pm (Two di erent paintings) Fee: $15/night, Instruc- tor: Tabby Reindeau (Min 10 students, Max 20)