This listing of Soldotna Community Schools classes beginning this week serves as a reminder for preregistered participants. Most classes require preregistration and prepayment. If you did NOT preregister, please call the Soldotna Community School office, at 262-6768, to check on cancellations and confirm your attendance. Details about each class can be found in the Winter/Spring 2002 Soldotna Community School brochure, which is available at Soldotna and Kenai public libraries, the city of Soldotna and the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District.
Note: Children are not allowed to attend an adult class or to wait unattended while a parent attends a class.
Past Lives: Fact or Fiction
With Gary Fandel, certified hypnotherapist, BodyMind Therapeutics. This interactive class will be an introduction to past life regression for the serious and curious alike. Discover how others have found therapeutic value in their experience of past lives. Understand how it may not be in conflict with any religious belief.
One night, 6 to 8 p.m., adults, five-person minimum, Soldotna Middle School, room 4, $10.
Beekeepers (for beginners)
With Rosy Thompson. Learn to produce your own pure Alaska liquid gold for hobby or profit. Honeybees are friendly pollinators and fascinating to watch. This class has been rescheduled from Feb. 12. Three weeks, 7 to 9 p.m., teens and adults, five-person minimum, Soldotna Middle School, room 1, $15.
With Dr. Kathleen Dinius, Dr. Marge Hays, Lisa Wells Turner and Dr. Paul Turner. Explore how to be healthy and happy as a single person. This week's topic, "Men and Women" with Paul Turner.
Four weeks, 7 to 9 p.m., adults, Soldotna Middle School, room 4, $20 full series or $5 per night.
"Building New Relationships" with Hays, originally scheduled for Jan. 30, is postponed to Feb. 27.
No classes or activities scheduled at Soldotna Middle School, due to parent-teacher conferences.
Learn to Teach Water Safety to Kids
With Joe McCullough and Bill Berkhahn, Alaska State Park Rangers. This program is designed to provide education regarding lifejacket use to high school students, who, in turn, instruct elementary school students in their classrooms on the topic.
Students will receive an orientation to the Kids Don't Float program, work on lesson plans and practice presenting as a group. The goal is to form several teams of three to four students that will each teach three classes. There will be prizes awarded for teams that exceed the goal. For more information, call Ranger Joe or Bill at 262-5581.
One day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., ninth to twelfth grades, six-person minimum, Kenai Recreation Center, conference room, no fee.
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