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The New Yorker magazine includes something for everyone – commentary, reportage, profiles, criticism, essays, fiction, cartoons, and poetry. The entire class will read and discuss one or more of the articles. We may occasionally take a look at something from the rich history of the magazine.  Students may subscribe to The New Yorker or use the Timberland Regional Library RB digital desktop-browser log in at no cost.
General Public/Members: $86/$82  Eight Sessions
Thursdays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm

Your Teachers:
Pam Aylmer owned a business, Working Resources, an external HR firm in Central Washington State.  She has a Master of Science degree and taught HR Management at Central Washington University and Heritage University.  She was active in the arts community in Newport, Oregon, and served as a docent and board officer for the Visual Arts Center at Nye Beach.  

John Aylmer is a graduate of Whitman College. John has a Masters in Public Administration and taught Political Science and Public Administration at Wenatchee Valley College, Yakima Valley College, Heritage University, Central Washington University, and Oregon Coast Community College. He is the secretary of the Board of Directors of the William O. Douglas Trail Foundation.

 

Event Details

  • Details

    Start:
    September 10 at 1:00 pm
    End:
    October 29 at 3:00 pm
    Cost:
    82 – 86
    Event Category:
  • Venue

    Zoom
  • Taught By

    Senior Services for South Sound Activities
    Phone:
    360.791.4981