Other area colleges also participate in Community Education Fair
By Kelly Cantrall
Thursday, July 21, 2011 at 3:36 am (Updated: July 21, 3:58 am)
It’s one-stop education shopping in Radcliff.
The postsecondary institutions at the Regional Education Center held a Community Education Fair as a way to introduce the community to local scholarly options.
Along with booths set up for local institutions, each school offered sessions Wednesday for community members to sample what they offer. Children could sit in on music and art classes while adults could learn about topics such as Internet safety, Facebook use and acquiring money for college.
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