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AASU community classes
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Beginning computer skills
A great class for anyone who knows they aren't a whiz at using a computer keyboard, mouse, or knowing what goes on inside that computer box.
Begins  Jan. 15, also on Jan. 17
Class is free

Public speaking
This six-session courses will empower you to become a confident communicator and overcome your fears and jitters of speaking in public settings.
Begins Jan. 28

Investing basics
This five-session course will help you gain knowledge to understand and even chart your own course or work better with your financial advisor for a more secure future; focuses on stocks, bonds, mutual funds, unit investment trusts, options, annuities, brokerage and IRA accounts.
Begins Jan. 29
$39/$49 per couple

Interior design
This seven-session course covers the principals of good design, while exploring the world of furniture styles, floor/wall coverings, lighting, fabric and how to make smart choices to improve or add value to your home.  
Begins Jan. 23

Watercolor painting: the Forsyth fountain
In this class you will create your own famous painting of Savannah’s Forsyth Park Fountain under the guidance of our instructor, Peggy Cone.
Begins Jan. 24

Watercolor painting (Beginner/intermediate)
Local artist Peggy Cone teaches how to paint in watercolors using various techniques as you complete your own work of art.
Begins Jan. 22

Self publishing on the Web    
Learn how to create, publish, and sell your own book online at no cost using Print on Demand Web sites.
Begins Jan. 23

Basic digital photography (Pocket digital cameras)
Learn how to use your pocket digital camera effectively for better photos covering the basic principles of light and composition, camera functions and settings, work-flow habits and printing/storage options.  
Begins Jan. 10

SAT review course
Test-savvy can be learned; this course gives you confidence by explaining what to expect and familiarizing you with the test format and types of questions to expect.
Begins Jan. 28

For more information or to register for the above classes, call The Armstrong Center for Professional and Continuing Education at 927-5322.