January Branch Meeting – Jan. 16, 2020 – 6:30 pm
Greenwood Forest Residents Club – 12700 Champions Forest Dr. Houston, TX 77066
ACADEMY FOR LIFELONG LEARNING (ALL)
A Learning Community For Adults 50+
The Academy for Lifelong Learning is a membership community that offers classes, skills development, events and social activities for adults age 50 and older to enrich their lives and provide opportunities for personal growth.
A representative from Lone Star College’s University Park campus will talk about the latest classes and seminars offered for seniors and how to sign up for the classes.
Some of the classes and programs offered are:
- Computer and technology
- Fun, Hobbies & Recreation
- Health, Fitness & Nutrition
- Political and Community Affairs
- Reading & Writing
- Science & Nature
- Senior Issues
- Trips & Tours
(Our members live in Houston, Spring, Tomball, Cypress,
and other communities north of Houston.
All are welcome to join, regardless of their city of residence
Members are encouraged to invite guests and
prospective members to all of our Branch activities.
HOPE CENTER HOUSTON A Resource Center for the Homeless Compassion November 21 Branch Meeting – 6:30 pm
(Rained out in September, this program replaces the originally scheduled meeting for November, which was cancelled.) HOPE CENTER HOUSTON A Resource Center for the Homeless Compassion – Commitment – Change
NOTE: Our branch meeting will be at the new home of Hope Center Houston, 821 Peakwood Dr. Houston, TX 77090.
Directions: Go east on FM 1960 (Cypress Creek Parkway). Turn left (north) on Red Oak (near Houston NW Hospital). Turn right at first stop sign, onto Peakwood. The Hope Center is the second building on the right. It is easy to see because it is a two-story building surrounded by a fence. The Gate code is 4673 (HOPE).
After our meeting, there will be a • presentation of the Hope Center’s mission • tour of their new facility, so wear comfortable shoes!
The Hope Center provides daily resources such as meals, showers, laundry and other services to the homeless.
Carpooling is recommended. Members wishing to do so should meet at the Kroger parking lot at Cypresswood Drive and Champions Forest Drive (15802 Champions Forest Drive) at 5:45 p.m.
November 2019 Nutshell Volume 45, Issue 11 Page 8
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