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Collin Schedules Events for Seniors

COLLIN SCHEDULES EVENTS FOR SENIORS

May 19, 2005 – Collin County Community College District is inviting all senior citizens to its upcoming summer programs.

The Seniors Active in Learning (SAIL) is gearing up for a new and exciting summer schedule that includes a bevy of music, stimulating discussion, awesome fellowship and an opportunity to meet new people.

SAIL membership is not required to attend the events, which are free and open to everyone.

Summer Learning 2005 at Courtyard Center for Professional Development, Plano

SAIL will host Summer Learning 2005, a series of events highlighting a variety of topics and activities.

The program starts Thursday, June 2 and includes dinners, book and current event discussions, card games, classes on digital photography, movie watching and much more. Unless otherwise noted, all Summer Learning events will be at the Courtyard Center for Professional and Economic Development, 4800 Preston Park Blvd. in Plano.

A detailed Summer Learning 2005 schedule or more information is available at www.collin.edu/ce or by calling or e-mailing the SAIL office at 972.985.3788 or wjmartin@collin.edu.

Brown Bag Lunch Series at Spring Creek Campus, Plano

Additionally, the Brown Bag Lunch Series 2005 kicks off Thursday, June 16 with the performance of the new incarnation of The Andrews Sisters. On Thursday, July 14, The Think Band will provide their own style of big band, jazz and swing music. The series ends with The Survivors Thursday, Aug. 11. This group of senior citizens plays Dixieland music.

All Brown Bag Lunch performances begin at noon with lunch at 11:30 a.m. at the Spring Creek Campus in Plano, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in Plano.

Collin College serves more than 46,000 credit and continuing education students annually and offers more than 100 degree and certificate programs. The only public college in the county, Collin College is a partner to business, government and industry, providing customized training and work force development.