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Beginning to Intermediate Riding - LIFE*1978
with Joni Rio
This class is for beginning to intermediate riders wanting to foster a better relationship with their horse. Emphasis will be on safety, and helping both the horse and rider to better communicate with each other while lowering the tension levels. No horses younger than 4 years old will be accepted. Class will meet a total of 5 times during published dates. Instructor will give schedule on first day of class. Proof of vaccination either by vet note or proof of purchase will be required the first day of class.
Furniture Painting 101 - LIFE*2031
with Gracie Marske
Prepare for Pinterest-worthy transformation. Bring a small piece of furniture (small table or chair) to class and marvel at the difference chalk/mineral paint can make. By learning the basic techniques of preparation, paint, and topcoat, you will be prepared for furniture makeovers. Paint provided by Home on the Range- Cheyenne.
Wyoming Probate 101 - LIFE*2034
with Shaina Case
Without a proper estate plan and titling of assets in place, probate or other unpleasant estate settling procedures may be inevitable. Join in an engaging overview of the probate process in Wyoming. Topics include what is probate, what happens in probate, asset titling, and probate alternatives.
Understanding Medicare Drug Programs - LIFE*1513
with Charlie Simineo
This class will discuss how Medicare covers prescription drugs under all four parts of Medicare and will provide answers to what drugs are covered under which part of Medicare. A majority of the time will be spent on Medicare Part D. There will be discussion about the penalties for not selecting a prescription drug plan. A portion of the class is spent on how to pick a prescription drug plan and when to do this. For maximum understanding it is recommended that you take the Medicare Basic class.
Savvy Social Security Planning - LIFE*1894
with Sandy Patrick
Decisions on when to begin your Social Security benefits can have a tremendous impact on the total benefits you receive over your lifetime. Come and learn from two Certified Financial Planner practitioners: How much you can expect to receive; how to coordinate spousal benefits; and how to minimize taxes on Social Security. What are the 5 factors to consider when deciding when to apply? We'll also cover when it makes sense to delay benefits and how to coordinate Social Security with your other retirement income. Come and learn what Baby Boomers need to know to maximize retirement income.
**THIS CLASS IS BEING HELD VIA ZOOM AND WILL NOT MEET IN PERSON.
Writing Boot Camp - LIFE*2023
with Mary Billiter
The ultimate boot camp for writers. Writing Boot Camp is an intensive, four-week workshop where writers work on a designated project (fiction, nonfiction, memoir). Come prepared to dig into your story and flesh it out. Writers work on scenes, characters and plot through instructor-led evaluation of that pivotal first draft. Focused weekly readings will provide the writer with clear and specific goals to make progress in their work. Additionally, weekly marketing assignments - from query letters to writing a synopsis - will empower writers with the tools to market their completed work. Writers at any stage of the writing process are welcome.
Medigap and Long Term Care Insurance - LIFE*1297
with Charlie Simineo
PLEASE BE AWARE: THE DATE FOR THIS CLASS HAS CHANGED FROM NOVEMBER 8TH TO NOVEMBER 1ST.
The first hour will be spent discussing the difference between a Medigap policy and Supplemental Medicare policy. What is the best time to buy a Medigap or a Supplemental Medicare policy? What does the alphabet have to do with a Medigap policy? Why should I care about the deductibles in Medicare Part A and Part B? The second hour of the class will be spent on long term care insurance. We will define terms frequently used, the length of time long term care policies pay and how you know what they pay for.
Driver's Education - LIFE*1096
with Brian Kozak
In-class instruction will be held in person Tuesday and Thursday Evenings from 5:30 to 8:30 PM and Saturdays 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
The driver's education course is a program consisting of 30 classroom hours, a combination of in-car instruction and simulator driving experience and six hours of observation as set forth by the Wyoming State Department of Education. The course meets the basic requirements of the Wyoming Department of Transportation. REQUIREMENTS: (1) one parent must attend the first 1/2 hour of the first class (for those students under 18), (2) student must have their driving permit prior to registration, (3) student must provide their own (insured) vehicle for the one-on-one driving portion of the class and (4) attendance is required at each class for the certificate to be issued. Students who do not successfully complete the course may be eligible for additional instructional time for a fee. For more information on this program please see our website at lccc.wy.edu/lifeenrichment.