- Parent Category: Landmark Newsletter
The Shoreline Institute of Lifelong Learning, founded a year ago, offers daytime academic programs designed to suit a variety of interests for retired and other citizens of Guilford and Madison. It happens that five members of our church are offering programs in the coming months, all but one of them at the Guilford Community Center.
- Patty Ann Meyer: We've Come A Long Way; The History of Women’s Tennis. In 1971 Patty Ann was one of the original l6 women of the Virginia Slims tour in its first two years, and played professional tennis for five years. (Monday, March 9 at 11:00 AM)
- Bob Harms: The l8th Century Slave Trade, a reprise of Bob's fascinating program at church last December. Bob is a distinguished Yale Professor of History. (Wed. April 25 at 10:00 AM)
- Bob Raines: Gaining A Wise Heart: exploring such aspects as a broken heart, a compassionate, pure, just, humble, generous, thankful heart. (Friday May 8, l5, 22, 29 at 10:00 AM)
- Tom Beckett: Yale Athletics and Intercollegiate issues. Tom is the Director of the Yale Athletic Department. (Monday May 11 at 10:00)
- Bo Huhn: Beaudog, the Tiger, the Mongoose and the Prophet: imaginative ideas and projects for grandparents wanting to give messages to future generations (Thursday April 23 at l:30 at the Madison Sr. Center Depot)
Please call 453-8086 for further information and registration for these and other programs. Catalogues for the winter and spring semesters may be procured at the Community Center.