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16 GENERALS


editorial@robson.com — June 2012 CERT program back in June


CERT rain gauge. Chandler Fire CERT (Community


Emergency Response Team) program is offering its basic course in June. Learn how to become ready in a disaster or emergency: Identify and anticipate potential


hazards: Turn off utilities. Develop a Family Communication Plan. Apply basic medical needs. Assist emergency responders. Put out small fi res. Assist family and neighbors. Give back to your community. The training class schedule is: 6/22/12, 6:00-10:00 p.m.


Preparedness, Terrorism and Disaster Psychology


6/23/12, 8:00 a.m. to noon - Disaster


Medical Operations I and Disaster Medical Operations II; 1:00-5:00 p.m. Basic Search and Rescue and Incident Command 6/24/12, 8:00 a.m.


to noon - for this class, call Fire


Suppression, CERT; 1:00-5:00 p.m. Final Test, Graduation and Final Drill. To register


the


Chandler Fire Department CERT message line at 480-782-2116 or email to CertAdmin@chandleraz.gov. Friday and Saturday classes will be held at


- Disaster the


Chandler Fire Admin Building, 151 E. Boston St; Sunday will be at the Chandler Fire Training Facility, 3550 S. Dobson Rd., Chandler. 


New Adventures in Learning applauds repeat students


Cecilia and James Iantorno with NAIL presenter Gene Lariviere.


Sharon Becker Gale, Publicity “Learn something new every day” is a


motto that James and Cecilia Iantorno not only believe but act upon. Both are in their mid-80s and have for the past four years attended classes at New Adventures in Learning, located at the Chandler-Gilbert Community College at Alma School and Riggs Road. Sometimes they take the same class but often they each take a different class. Cecilia and James enjoy the classes, which are not only educational, but also they are meeting new people and are being exposed to new ideas, or as they say, “Being exposed to old ideas put in a different way.” They have many positive things to say about the presenters and classes, some of which are how knowledgeable and professional the presenters are and the way the classes are organized and focused toward senior- age students. When asked, “Why do you keep coming back?” Their answer was, “The classes are educational as well as entertaining, and we enjoy meeting the presenters as well as the students. It lends itself to very interesting conversations that at our age we might not have,” James and Cecilia represent many of the New Adventure students that love to learn no


SUN LAKES SPLASH


matter what their age. The Summer Session begins June 12 and


ends July 19. What better way of escaping the summer heat


than to sit in an air-


conditioned classroom learning something new? There are 27 different classes offered this summer. Some of the classes are: Health Care Decisions, presenter, Heather Chappie; Alone, Not Lonely, presenter, Phyllis Lopp; Beat the Heat Movie Week, presenter Jeanette Corabi; Veterans Benefi ts, presenter, Art Sloane; The Six Word Memoir, presenter, Bobbie Reed; Is This Book Collectable? presenter, Diane Beatty. The Governing Council will be busy all


summer putting together the curriculum for the fall. Every effort is being made to insure a dynamic selection of classes with presenters that not only enjoy the opportunity to present their subject but also enjoy meeting new students as well as repeat students. New Adventures in Learning appreciates


the many volunteers that help make the classes run smoothly. Volunteers are needed in every area. If you would like to volunteer or receive more information on how to join, contact the Center at 480-857-5500 or visit the website at www.newadventures.info. 


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