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MSAD 58 DRIVER'S ED
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MSAD 58 DRIVER'S ED

$700

with Golden's Driving Academy, Franklin County Adult Education

Don’t have your driver’s license but want to get it? Driver’s Education is being offered at Mt. Abram High School in the Fall as soon as possible. Classes start after school at 2:45pm to 5:00pm. Students must have a certified copy of their birth certificate and have their Social Security card with them. Please contact Greta Espeaignnette at 678-2701 x 4226 to sign up. 

National Service - AmeriCorps
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National Service - AmeriCorps

Free

with Roy Gedat, AmeriCorps Leader, RSU16 Adult Education

AmeriCorps is the program whereby citizens can Make a Difference in their community by enrolling to lend their energy and ability to advance a well thought out project and program. AmeriCorps members receive a stipend, fully paid health benefit (full time) and an education award that can be applied to any post-secondary school tuition/fees.  Member terms are full or part time and there are many opportunities available, including the Augusta area.  

The education award can be used to pay down your student loans or transferred (over 55) for the college expenses of a grandchild, child, or forster child.

Hear more about National Service through AmeriCorps by contacting:                                 roy.gedat@goodwillnne.org

MONDAY COFFEE, GAMES, AND MORE!

Free

with Senior Central, Sacopee Valley Adult & Community Education

SENIOR CENTRAL invites our local senior citizens to coffee, cornhole, cards, cribbage, and, of course, socializing! FMI: Leave a message at (207) 650-6665.

     Mondays, 10-11:30 a.m., Ongoing

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SCRABBLE WITH FRIENDS

Free

with BML Staff/Volunteers, Sacopee Valley Adult & Community Education

“Scrabble Meet” is a group of word game enthusiasts who enjoy the camaraderie of others as much as, if not more than, the challenges of finding “just the right” word match for scoring points in this ever-popular board game. We are always on the lookout for new players/friends.

     Wed. 12-2:30 p.m., Ongoing, join anytime!

 

COMMUNITY CAFES FOR SENIORS

$10

with Senior Central, Sacopee Valley Adult & Community Education

Join us once a month for lunch in the gym! The Community Cafe is sponsored by Senior Central of the Grateful Undead on the 4th Wednesday of every month, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Parsonsfield Town Hall. Meals are provided by The Carriage House Bistro & Tavern, and the menu will be posted on parsonsfield.org. RSVP is required by the third Friday:  email pride04092@gmail.com or call 625-3781. Suggested donation for 60+: $8; Cost under 60: $10

CAREER EXPLORATION

Free

with MICHAEL BURD, Franklin County Adult Education

Guided by your instructor, this class will take you on a deep-dive. You’ll research what it takes to identify and be successful in the career pathway of your choosing. From the evidence you gather you’ll then create a professional presentation in Google Slides. You will develop an understanding of how to support your findings in the context of this presentation by your effective use of images, multimedia, informational content/links and good design elements. This can be an effective portfolio component.

BONNEY READERS

Free

with BML Staff/Volunteers, Sacopee Valley Adult & Community Education

What are Bonney Readers? Bonney Readers is a book discussion group that meets on the second Thursday of each month to discuss themes of various fiction and/or nonfiction books. Love a good story? Come and enjoy! Books are available through the Bonney Memorial Library via InterLibrary Loan. FMI: email carolynjacobs6@gmail.com

     Second Thursday of each month

     4-5 p.m., Ongoing, join anytime!





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