Feb. 20, 1998
UW-RF Seniors Program Tells Third Session Topics
UW-River Falls will offer two series of classes for Session III of Senior Outreach Studies: "The Legal System Revisited" on Tuesday mornings and "Another Look at World Religions" on Thursday mornings.
The classes, open to all area seniors age 55 or over, will be held in rooms 137-138 of Rodli Commons from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Each session consists of a presentation, a coffee break and a discussion period.
The Tuesday class, "The Legal System Revisited," will be held on four Tuesdays beginning March 10. The four Thursday classes, "Another Look at World Religions," will begin March 12. No classes will be held during the week of spring break, March 16-20.
The Tuesday dates, topics and presenters are:
March 10: "Community Policing: A New Approach," Chief of Police Roger Leque, River Falls.
March 24: "Juvenile Delinquency/Pierce and St. Croix Counties," Julie Dollahon, social worker, Pierce County; Bob Zappa, social worker, St. Croix County.
March 31: "Is the Jury System Outmoded?" retired Judge John Bartholomew, River Falls.
April 7: "Correctional Systems," Mark Thielen, associate warden, Minnesota Correctional Facility, Stillwater, Minn.
The Thursday dates, topics and presenters are:
March 12: "Unitarian Universalist Association," Eleanor Rice, Eau Claire.
March 26: "Hinduism," Professor P. Kumar, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.
April 2: "Society of Friends" (Quaker), Professor Wayne Kassera, Stillwater, Minn.
April 9: "Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints," Charles and Darlene Jones, River Falls.
SOS members will receive class information in the mail. Parking permits will be issued the first class meeting. Others who are interested may call the Office of Continuing Education Extension at 715/425-3256 or 888-228-5607 for information about class fees and registration.