CAMC and Bridgemont Community and Technical College: will offer a seven-week Safety Series of classes, starting Sept. 4 at Davis Hall, Room 307, Montgomery. Classes run from 6 to 8 p.m. The first class is distracted driver's education and the second is pedestrian and bike safety. For information, call Mike King at 304-545-6116.Putnam County Parks: is hosting a six-week Fine Art Class from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. each Monday starting Sept. 10 in the Commons at Valley Park in Hurricane. Classes must be prepaid and are $55 per day or $330 for the six-week class. Any skill level is welcome and most supplies are provided. Learn to produce optical illusions, still life's, abstract art and more. For more information, call Sherri at 304-542-2975 or to register call the park office at 304-562-0518, ext. 10.Mountain State Council of the Blind: will have its annual convention Sept. 14-16 at Lakeview Resort near Morgantown. The weekend kicks off with a student seminar. Programs cover such topics as Accessibility of State Parks, Communication Fundamentals (including nonverbal language), Nutrition for Health and Wellness, Leadership Skills, Updates on WV Services and Programs for the Blind and more. Vendors will be displaying and selling products of interest to visually impaired persons. For questions about the convention or MSCB, call Glen Pinkard at 301-777-8359 or Donna Brown at 304-822-4679 or visit www.mscbwv.org
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