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with Mullen's Driving School
In conjunction with The Driving School, driver education classes are offered at Gray-New Gloucester High School. You MUST be 15 years old before the first class. Bring the following to class: Certified copy of birth certificate, Social Security Number, pen & paper. To register call Mullens at 892-8851.
Class dates: Mon, Wed, Fri, 2:30-5:30pm
9/14 - 10/12 (no class 9/26, 10/5, 10/8)
10/17 - 11/9 (no class 10/24)
11/26 - 12/17
Quickbooks - Section I & II (Tandberg)
with Shelli Pride
This class covers the fundamental features of QuickBooks software. Students will be shown how to get the program up and running and how to perform basic bookkeeping tasks for a small business operation. Once the fundamental skills are learned, students will learn how to use QuickBooks to its fullest potential. The principles of basic accounting, reporting and other features will be covered.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of computers required.
Section I, Tuesdays, 9/18-10/23, 6- 8:30 PM for 6 sessions
Section II, Tuesdays, 11/6-12/11, 6-8:30 PM for 6 sessions
Location: Windham High School - Room 129 - Live Gray-New Gloucester Adult & Community Education - Tandberg Site
Fee: $69, plus $25 textbook, $10 lab fee per section
** To register, please contact Windham Raymond Adult Education at 892-1819 **
Rules of the Road Seminar
with Karen Fuller
Teaches fundamental concepts of investing and potential strategies to help build wealth. Luck? Probably not. Do they know a “secret?” Definitely not – because there are no real secrets to investing. But there are rules you can follow to work toward your goals. Join us for our Rules of the Road presentation. You’ll learn:
• The most common investing mistakes and how to avoid them
• Investing strategies to help reach your long-term goals
• What you can do now to prepare for retirement
Terra Tour: Cellardoor Winery
with RSU 5 Community Programs
Get down and dirty during this year’s grape harvest - this is one hands-on experience you won’t want to miss! Join the farmers at Cellardoor Winery during the grape harvest and discover the beauty of the wine-making process, from vine to bottle! Let’s spend a few hours harvesting grapes in the gorgeous vineyard, and enjoy a delicious lunch with mountain views! We’ll learn all about the wine-making process with a tour and enjoy a relaxing wine tasting after a hard day’s work in the crisp, autumn air! Lunch and admission included in cost. Please bring an insulated grocery bag if you plan to make grocery purchases. Please wear layers and comfortable footwear for walking.
The date is TBD based on the timing of the harvest. If you’re interested, please email Kelli at email@example.com. Online registration will be available at a later date.
Date: TBD Time: Depart Freeport Community Center 8:30 am - Return at 6 pm
Leader: Kelli Park
To register please call RSU 5 Community Programs at 865-6171 or visit www.rsu5cp.org