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Adventures in Learning Classes
Friday, July 27 Adventures in Learning Classes
Culture and Anthropology Series: The Anthropology of Aging, presented by Don Conway-Long, Ph.D, Assoc. Professor of Anthropology, Webster University
"Uncovering Ancient St. Louis," video and presentation by the Missouri Historical Society
"Enjoy the Songs of Good News," with the barbershop quartet from Manchester UMC
Surfing Shepherd's Center Website: Get your Keyboard and Surf the Net, presented by Ron Carr, Webster University
Drawing 101 for all levels, two-hour class with Charlotte Pullen, MA
Weights=Strength=Health, with Kacey Cowdery.
Chair Yoga, Tai Chi, and more
More About Shepherd's Center of Webster-Kirkwood
Shepherd's Center of Webster-Kirkwood is a volunteer organization. This organization is a 501(c)3 charity that provides services and programs for the elderly. Programs offered include Shepherd's Travelers (to help seniors escape their daily routine and explore a fun destination during a one-day visit), Adventures in Learning (for clients interested in learning something new and vibrant, such as a dance or painting), Handy Hands (a volunteer program where volunteers provide minor home repairs for seniors), Chores Galore (volunteer yard work for seniors), the Resource Center (provides assistance in looking services and agencies) and Transportation Ministry (volunteers driving seniors to dental and medical appointments). All programs and services strive to put a positive spin on aging. Visit Shepherd's Center of Webster-Kirkwood's website to learn how to contribute to the charity, give a gift or to read up on the organization's policies. Information on available volunteer opportunities is available through the website as well.