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This is not Bathtub Gin - The Science and Business of a Microdistillery
By Caitlin Prueitt
Inequality and Upward Mobility in the U.S.
By Bruce Weber
Stopping the Spread of Nuclear Weapons in the Middle East, Modernizing Nukes at Home?
By Jane Kellet Cramer
Oregon Wines 101
By James Osborne
Does Prayer Heal?
By Roger Blaine
This is the most frequently asked question that we receive. The answer is YES. You may always attend classes that you did not register for UNLESS it is a field trip, and/or there is a deadline, and/or there is a cap on that class! All of these instances are clearly marked in the Schedule of Classes. You also do not need to let us know that you are not attending a class after all, UNLESS it is a field trip and/or there is a cap on that class, and/or you'd like a refund (prior to the deadline). Registration is primarily to help us estimate the number of people attending so that we can inform the presenter and set up the classroom to comfortably and safely accommodate our students.
Beginning May 1, the intersection of SW 53rd St. and West Hills Road will be under construction for the remainder of the term. Please plan ahead to reach ALL classes by entering from the east end of West Hills Road (From Western Blvd.) OR, if you are coming from Philomath, consider SW Timian Street, which is left off of Philomath Blvd. It is recommended that you avoid SW 53rd St if at all possible.
The annual Gala Celebration Dinner is scheduled for June 8, 5:30-7:00 PM. This dinner costs members only $10--ALL underwrites the rest of the expense so that members are able to attend this important celebration. Members must sign up, specify menu choices or cancel prior to the deadline of May 28 at 5:00 PM.
In her recent class, "Hidden Struggles: Complexities of Mental Illness," Nancy Groesz shared many vital helpline numbers to assist in suicide prevention.
Martin Storkdieck has provided the slides from his presentation on "Cultivating a STEM-Ready Society."
Steve Matthes has provided his presentation slides here. The dvd video, "Megaflood", has been placed in the church library and is available for loan.