171123 - AARP Driver Safety
Participants will learn defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, and rules of the road to safely adjust driving to compensate for age-related changes. Please feel free to bring a brown bag lunch to class. Persons who complete the course will be issued a Certificate of Completion to be provided to your insurance company for a discount. Please be sure to bring your driverís license with you to class. Cost of the course will be $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. All course materials are provided to participants and no tests are involved. Instructor Lindsa Surbough.
181105 - Self Defense Class
Come learn the basics of self-defense from a Sheriff's Department instructor. Learn how to be aware of a possible attack and how to defend yourself from it.
181107 - Mother-Daughter Teen Dating
Today, juveniles are beginning to date as early as their "tween" years. By the time they reach high school, 1 in 3 teens know a friend or peer who has been physically hurt by a partner. Dating violence is defined, when one person tries to maintain power and control over another through abuse. The abuse can include physical, verbal, emotional, or sexual abuse. Class is taught by a Sheriff's Department instructor.
181109 - Canine Impulse Control
This six-week class provides dogs and their owners with the basics. The skills covered include attention, work, sit, down, stay, leave it, come and leash manners. Owners should bring a hungry dog, six-foot leash and treats. This class is designated for friendly dogs five months or older. Instructor, Amanda Simmons, CPDT-KA.