NASELLE - Community evening classes through Grays Harbor College are going to be offered at Naselle High School. Tuition is $22 per course. To register: call GHC's Columbia Center at 360-642-9433.

"To make it work, there needs to be enough people sign up to make it cost effective," School Superintendent Allan Bennett said. "I hope to see many community members up at the school learning new skills and expanding their education. We know that if you keep your mind active, you stay sharp!"

The Spring Classes at Naselle High School include:

? Ceramics: Wednesday nights from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. starting April 11.

This is a course in hand building with clay, starting with the soft clay, doing a bisque firing and then a glaze firing. Instruction and assistance with the basic techniques of pinch coil and slab pot creation will be offered. Students will be free to sculpt or use other techniques, with the only limit being your own creativity! The course is open to all experience levels. Instructor - Bruce Williams in Room 302. There will be an extra $10 charged for all clay and glazing needed.

? Small Engine Care and Repair: Wednesday nights from 6 p.m. to 8 pm starting April 11.

This course will cover general maintenance and troubleshooting problems with small engines. Students will learn how to properly care for and make common repairs for small engines. This class will be geared towards safety working with small engines, basic parts and principles of small engines and the difference between two-cycles and four cycle engines. Instructor Jim Moten in Room 310.

? Woodworking: Tuesday nights from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. starting April 10.

During this 20-hour course you will learn how to properly use power and hand tools used in woodworking. Students will learn about safety when working in a woodshop. This course will teach you how to design, layout a project and to build it using your own materials. Students will have at least an hour of time during each class to work on their own projects. Instructor Jim Moten in room 311.

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