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134 - First Ladies of the United States
July 3 - July 7
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Cost - $40.00
ENGR 201

Brought back by popular demand, this class will offer interesting and often little known facts about the First Ladies of the U.S. Beginning with Martha Washington, the course will feature presidential wives into the early 20th century. There will be photos of all of the First Ladies and handouts for you to remember important facts or trivia to share back home. *Campus is closed Tuesday, July 4th in celebration of Independence Day- no classes will be held.

Course Instructor: Joan Elder has been a life-long teacher. Her 30 year career in Los Angeles Unified School District included elementary and middle schools and staff development. Upon “retirement” Joan also conducted mathematics education workshops for teachers throughout the US for Create-A-Vision. Recently, Joan has taught in her community of SaddleBrooke and nearby Sun City in Tucson, AZ, in a senior program in San Diego, and this will be her seventh summer teaching in Logan. Joan has created this new class for those Summer Citizens who have enjoyed her previous classes: First Ladies of the US, The White House and Beyond and Relivin" and Relovin" the '50s.