At times like these we all need to think what we can do to help. As a modest gesture of our appreciation to the communities we serve, we are offering the following free online programs for adults and youngsters given by our Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, and friends.
-Paul Larner, Chairman
Register: If you are interested in participating, you will need to be invited to the forum. Please contact Suzanne Zylonis (email@example.com) for your invitation by completing the included submission form. You will then receive the needed Zoom credentials via email prior to the scheduled seminar.
Tuesday, June 9
10:45 a.m.- Scrabble School History, Nan Butler Roberts: Speaker, Author and Musician, MA GWU
Thursday, June 11
10:45 a.m.- Credit Card Travel Perks: Learn the Tricks of the Trade Paul Larner: CAO Vornado (NYSE: VNO), UVA Law
COVID 19 -- the Election and Census Recorded Paul Smith: Yale Law, Trustee of Amherst College, argued 21 cases before the Supreme Court
Virology Recorded Dr. Hugh Hill: JD, FACEP, FCLM, Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
COVID-19, Dr. Jerry Martin: Recorded Family Medicine, Washington, Virginia, Rappahannock Medical Center. Practicing for more than 20 years.
Physical Therapy, Tom Papke: Recorded Practicing physical therapist with over 30 years of clinical experience, Marquette University
Economics- Principle of Resource Scarcity, Tim Nolan: Recorded Former CIA intelligence officer, UN Development Economist
What do we do with that 'EXTRA' money, Chuck Akre, Recorded CEO & CIO, Akre Capital Management, over $14B under management
Marketing Your Small Business: Social Media Marketing Basics, Abby Larner, Recorded Acrobat & Illustrator expert for Adobe