Rhodes State to offer personal enrichment options

LIMA — Rhodes State College is launching the 2023 Continuing and Community Education Programs. These non-credit classes are designed to help participants learn a new skill or hobby through personal enrichment.

Yoga will take place on campus on Wednesday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. starting on March 1 and ending on April 19. Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking, Discover Sign Language, Personal Finance, Advanced Microsoft Excel 2019, Creating WordPress Websites, and Luscious and Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals are available online at any time.

Rhodes State College’s Continuing and Community Education Programs is an extension of the College’s mission to provide “life-long learning” to the community as participants learn new skills through interactive non-credit classes designed for fun and educational memories. Those interested should contact Ashley Hunter at [email protected].

Dean Brown
Dean Brown joined The Lima News in 2022 as a reporter. Prior to The Lima News, Brown was an English teacher in Allen County for 38 years, with stops at Perry, Shawnee, Spencerville and Heir Force Community School. So they figured he could throw a few sentences together about education and business in the area. An award-winning photographer, Brown likes watching old black and white movies, his dog, his wife and kids, and the four grandkids - not necessarily in that order. Reach him at [email protected] or 567-242-0409.