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American Sign Language-Level II
with Alma Simmons
This class is designed for those who want to expand their basic skills. Continue to build your vocabulary and signing techniques as you progress to a higher level. We will take a class trip to a local restaurant to practice our sign language skills. Come join us; it will be fun and exciting! Students will be able to use the same text book they purchased for ASL I, Signing, How to Speak with Your Hands, ISBN 055337539-3.
Consumer Matters: Scams and More
with Martha Currier
Learn how to be a smart consumer and how to identify and avoid scams. In this class taught by Martha Currier, a Complaint Examiner from the Consumer Protection Division of the Maine Attorney General's office, get the answers to these questions: Why are there so many scams and do people really fall for them? How do I know whether that pop-up ad is legit? When I purchase something, what protections does Maine law provide? What tactics should automatically make me question whether an ad is authentic? What should I do if I fall for a scam? How can I avoid being a victim of identity theft? The Attorney General's Office Consumer Protection Division fields approximately 12,000 calls per year and can answer all of these questions.
Writing for Fun and Money
with Darcy Casey
Do you want to get your book, short stories or articles published? This one-evening workshop will teach you all you need to know about publishing your writing. Learn how to approach publishers and editors, prepare manuscripts, do research and write a book proposal or query letter. Handouts include helpful websites, a Maine publications list, query letter sample and manuscript submission basics. Walk out of this class ready to send your work to publishers!