workshops available to public
Lewis-Clark State College Grangeville Outreach has begun its fall line-up of workshops, offering over 20 non-credit personal enrichment classes between now and the end of January.
The list includes the return of popular favorites and the addition of new ones. There are several computer classes for both the beginner and those wanting more advanced computer skills, including digital photo editing, computer maintenance and buying and selling on eBay The economy has inspired a number of workshops covering grant writing, personal finance management, tips on how make oneís business survive in difficult times, and best practices in customer service. Two returning hits are classes at the Monastery of St. Gertrude which explore the use and making of herbal salves, tinctures, tonics, and essential oils.
For further information and to register, people are encouraged to call the Outreach Center, 983-1545, email email@example.com, or go the centerís web site at http://www.lcsc.edu/cp/gville and click on non-credit classes.