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There are 71 available courses - no tests - no homework - only fun.Courses include computer instruction, history, water and chair aerobics, trips to Moody Air Force Base, visits to the Traffic Center and much more.
Each 3 week session will provide 6 hours of age-appropriate activitiesin a fun and safe learning environment.For information, call 229-244-5014 or 229-247-0764. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meets at PM – PM every Monday, Tuesday , Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 203 Central Avenue.Friday’s meeting is at the same place, but PM – PM.This is a unique opportunity to learn about another culture and make a difference in the life of an international student.For more information, contact Irina Mc Clellan, International Student Advisor, 229-333-7410 A Divorce and Dating Support Group, sponsored by Positive Christian Singles, provides free support and education for all who are separated, divorced, widowed, never married, or have had a broken relationship.Ways to volunteer with a hospice patient; Provide caregiver relief, send cards, write a letter, bake cookies and meals, offer friendly visits and smiles, provide office/administrative support, lending a listening ear.
Odyssey Mission is, "To serve all people during the end of life's journey.” For more information on how to become a hospice volunteer contact: Rena Eason, Volunteer Coordinator @ 229-249-8687 SCOPE (School College Outreach Program of Enrichment) is an educational outreach program of Valdosta State University Continuing Education.
Grief Following Suicide, a special support group sponsored by Hospice of South Georgia, 205 Woodrow Wilson Drive.
Because suicide is like no other death, the grief following this loss may also feel different.
It meets every Sunday at 3pm at the Valdosta Library on Woodrow Wilson Drive.
For more information, see our Newsletter or contact Idelle Dear at 229-242-3797 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. Valdosta State University Alzheimer's Day Care program has openings available for anyone with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
SCOPE will operate in two separate sessions: Session 1 (3 Saturdays, Feb. Classes are filled on a first-come first-served basis and may fill up quickly.