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Headline for LERN Community Ed Member Highlights - Aug. 14
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LERN Community Ed Member Highlights - Aug. 14

Newton Community Education ties news to a new offering.

Hey dog lovers, send in your suggestions for naming the pup below and check out our new class DOGGONE DOMINANCE beginning October 20.

Lisbon Adult & Community Education helps students transition.

Maine College Transitions will be starting for the Fall 2015 semester in Lisbon on September 9th at 1:30 PM. Call today to get registered and being your intake process! 353-3037

Oregon School District Community Education & Recreation builds buzz for their fall catalog.

Coming soon to a mail box near you- the Community Ed & Rec Fall Program Guide! Lots of great new classes and programs and a new look!

Robbinsdale Area Schools Community Education gets personal.

A great big "Thank You" to Robbinsdale Area Schools Adventure Club staff member Stephanie and the City of Golden Valley, MN Police Department for their help today.

One of our nonagenarian (that's 90 something) Community Education participants fell off his mechanized scooter this afternoon and was lying prone in the grass as Stephanie was leaving for the day. Luckily Stephanie heard the gentleman's cry for help and alerted us. We called and the Golden Valley police quickly sent officers to help the WWII vet back safely into his chair. Stephanie waited with our new friend until his transportation arrived.

What a great community we have in Community Education, in Robbinsdale Area Schools, and in the City of Golden Valley!

Missoula County Public Schools's Bridge Camp helps kids prepare for fall.

A crime had been committed, and it was up to the assembled high school freshmen to use their math skills to nab the suspect. More than 20 students who will enter Big Sky High School as freshmen this year are spending the next two weeks taking part in a summer "bridge camp" designed to prepare them for math class this fall.