Medical course

FARMINGTON – Franklin Memorial Hospital is enrolling students for a medical terminology course being offered starting March 2 and meeting Thursdays for 13 weeks. Graduation will take place on June 8.

At the conclusion of the course, students will be able to identify terms of the human body, as well as diagnostic tests, diagnoses and surgical procedures utilized by each medical specialty. The course is designed to bring together the entire spectrum of information used by allied health professionals who need to understand and use medical terminology.

Class size is limited, so register early. The fee for the course and the required textbook is $380.

For more information or to enroll for the course, call the FMH Education Department at 779-2381.

Yoga class

SALEM – SAD 58 Adult and Community Education will host yoga instructor Ginni Robie, who will offer a six-week advanced-beginner yoga class beginning at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, at Mt. Abram Community School.

The cost is $48 a person paid up front to Community Education or $10 a session as a walk-in.

Participants should register in advance and bring their own blanket and mat. Loaner mats are available or can be purchased through the instructor.

Those planning to attend the class should have previous yoga experience and familiarity with poses and breathing. Sessions will focus on the refining of asanas and the introduction of vinyasa, or flow.

Class needs a minimum of eight participants to run. For more information or to preregister, call the Office of Adult and Community Education at 678-2701, ext. 226, no later than Feb. 10.

Busy Fingers form

LIVERMORE FALLS – Knitters and crocheters of every age and ability attended the organizational meeting of Busy Fingers held recently at Treat Memorial Library. Organizers felt it was a successful start.

The group decided to meet twice a month: on the first Saturday from 10:30 a.m. until noon and the third Thursday from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

The first project is to knit or crochet 7″ x 9″ squares using four-ply acrylic yarn. They will be used to make a charity afghan or other items to be decided on later.

There is still room for others to join the group and any knitter/crocheter is welcome to attend. For more information, contact the library at 897-3631.

Jay benefit supper

JAY – Organizers of a benefit supper for Ray Pineau are asking people to help out by donating lasagnas and/or desserts or by helping at the supper. The meal is planned from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Jay High School cafeteria.

For more information, call the Jay Town Office at 897-6785. Advance tickets, 50-50 and raffle tickets are also available at the Jay Town Office.

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