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WKCTC Offering Programs for Senior Learners

Learning about World War II battle sites, making sound financial investments, and Paducahs connection to major league baseball are a part of the spring lineup for West Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges Senior Learning for Fun program.

Senior Learning programs begin January 27 and run through May 5. Participants can register for one or all courses for $25.

Program topics include learning about:
  • strengthening exercise for balance and posture that will help reduce falls;
  • monarch butterflies including normal behavior pattern of migration, how stress of migrating is creating the danger of extinction;
  • Superior Care Homes new state-of-the-art facility that features a neighborhood concept for short-term rehab, outpatient rehab, long-term care, and memory care;
  • Paducahs United States Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit including the units mission and how it interacts with the maritime industry and local government entities; and much more!
Participants can sign up for the May trip to Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green that includes lunch at one of six new restaurants on campus and a tour of the Kentucky History Museum. The trip will cost an additional $40 for participants who have registered for the spring series. For participants who only want to go on the trip, the cost will be $65. The trip is limited to first 55 registered participants.

Checks can be mailed to the WKCTC Workforce Solutions, P.O. Box 7380 Paducah, Kentucky
42002-7380. Individuals can also register in WKCTCs Emerging Technology Center business office, room 133.

Programs are scheduled based on the number of people registered. No registration confirmations will be mailed. Participants will be notified if programs are full or cancelled.

View the brochure.

To register for the Senior Learning for Fun spring offerings call (270) 534-3335.