Community Ed classes for Fall 19 beginning in Russellville
By Penni Nugent

Posted on September 10, 2019 8:56 AM

A brand new class will be offered this fall for ages 18 and over!  Instructor, Angela Pritchett, is very excited to share with you her passion and enthusiasm for Yoga and its many benefits to our health.  The purpose of yoga is an easeful body, a peaceful mind, and therefore a more useful life.  You do not have to be flexible to do yoga.  In these all-levels classes we will explore the physical practices, (Asanas) breathing practices in yoga, and guided relaxation.  Classes will be held at Stevenson Elementary at 4:15-5:15pm.  They will begin Monday, Sept 16, and go through Nov. 4.  The cost will  be  $60 per student for the entire 6 classes.   Please  register  on  or  before Friday, Sept. 13.   

Do you desire to learn the basics of conversational Spanish?  This six-week class will begin Tuesday, Sept. 10, and end Oct. 29.  Classes will be held at Stevenson Elementary School, in Room 24C, from 4—5pm.  The instructor is Eunice Arevalo, the RIS Bilingual Tutor.  The cost will be $60 for 6 weeks!!   Sessions will include the sounds of Spanish, the alphabet, words you should know, numbers, telling time in Spanish, common phrases, key expressions, and important vocabulary words.  Please register on or before Monday, Sept 9.   

Everyone   that   has taken this class, has simply loved it!   Therefore, we are offering another one-time Bread Making class to be held on Saturday, Nov. 16.  This class will be hands-on bread-making steps with added humor and science, plus you will leave with dough that will bake into two loaves of bread! The instructor is Mr. Martin Elmes, and he will also demonstrate how to make English Muffins! The class will be held at the Russellville Independent Schools Central Office, 355 S. Summer St., from 9am-Noon. The cost will be $25 per student, and each student is asked to please bring a mixing spoon and a 2 qt. mixing bowl.  Please register on or before Thursday, Nov. 14.

As has been requested, we will be offering a Basic Cake Decorating Class.  Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 5, we will hold 3 classes through Nov. 19.  Instructor, Debbie Wilson, will be sharing her giftedness and techniques.  The cost will be $35 per student. The class will be held at Russellville High School, Room 15, 5-6pm.  Please register on or before Friday, Nov. 1.

and Additional 2019 Fall Classes collaborating   with   Logan County Career Technical Center:

LCCTC Instructor, Mr. Chris Hoffman, will once again offer Basic AutoCAD Class.  AutoCAD is a leading CAD program, with hundreds of industries using it every day.  The software can seem very advanced if you don’t know what you’re doing.  There are so many tools and commands—not to mention the actual interface.  To help you start off your AutoCAD journey you’ll learn about AutoCAD’s precision capabilities, basic terminology, basic geometry, and modification tools. The cost will be $90 for 6 weeks.  All supplies are included. Sessions will begin Monday, Sept. 16, and will end Nov. 11.  Classes will be held at LCCTC in Room 301, from 6—7 pm.  Please register on or before Friday, Sept. 13. 

You’ve probably heard of 3D Printing.  It was supposed to be the new “Industrial Revolution.”  3D printing is a form of additive manufacturing.  Objects are built in small layers, stacked on top of each other one at a time.  It can be quite a slow process, but it does have many benefits.  LCCTC Instructor, Mr. Chris Hoffman, will talk you through everything you need to know to get started.  Come join this Basic 3-D Printing class!  The cost will be $120 for 6 weeks.  All  supplies  are  included.  Sessions will begin Tuesday, Sept. 17, and will end Tuesday, Nov 12.  Classes will be held at LCCTC in Room 301, from 6—7:30pm.   Please register on or before Monday, Sept. 16.

*Unless specified in each class paragraph, we must have a minimum of 5 and maximum of 10-12 to have these classes—so please make contact soon!

Please contact Penni L. Nugent, CED, at

(270) 726-8405, or email




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