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225S20 Comfort Foods
with Kathleen Clary-Cooke
Let’s just be honest, who really doesn’t like comfort foods, especially during the cold winter? If you’re game to join us we will be making from scratch macaroni and cheese, honey lemon glazed chicken, and a dessert. These home-style dishes all include butter and other fine ingredients. Sampling and recipes shared.
Kathleen Clary-Cooke is the Coordinator, CPST-I at Safe Kids Benton-Franklin. She spent a number of years as a Pampered Chef consultant, demonstrating and cooking delicious food for party hosts and their guests. She was an active parent volunteer in Kennewick Schools until her youngest child graduated in 2018.
406S20 Bathroom Remodeling
with Warren Smith
Would you like to give your bathroom a much-needed makeover? Learn the ropes of bathroom remodeling from an expert. This class will cover on-trend design concepts, budgeting, best products, and practices. Find out the secret 10-step process to avoid getting overwhelmed.
Warren Smith a Tri-Cities native, Warren has been designing and remodeling Tri-Cities kitchens and baths since 1981. He and his wife Connie own and operate Kitchen & Bath ReStylers in downtown Kennewick. Warren is a Certified Master Kitchen & Bath Designer and a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist. He is currently featured in Signature Kitchen & Bath Magazine - Fall -2016 Issue.
500S20 Run, Hide, Fight
with Kennewick Police Department
Do you have a plan to help you survive an active shooter situation? Join us as we learn the three actions of run, hide and fight that a plan needs to include. The importance of preparing and planning will be discussed in detail.
505S20 Stop the Bleed
with Michael Hendricks
Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable death from trauma. Injury results from a wide variety of causes, and in a wide variety of locations. You can help save a life by knowing how to stop bleeding if someone, including yourself, is injured. This class includes hands-on simulations and demonstrations of proper techniques as recommended by the Hartford Consensus. Participants are eligible to receive a Stop the Bleed certificate of completion.
Michael Hendricks has been in the EMS industry for nearly 5 years. He is a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician and registered in Washington state. He currently instructs CPR and First Aid classes and oversees the Nursing Assistant program and Emergency Medical Training program for Columbia Safety.
704S20 Atomic Man: Myth or Legend?
with Gene Carbaugh
The infamous glove box explosion in 1976 at Hanford was a dreadful accident that changed the course of one man’s life forever. Come and listen to the impact this event had on him and what he endured to survive. Also find out what lessons were learned, changes in infrastructure and facilities, and societal expectations that came about through the examination of this historical event.
405S20 Raised Bed and Container Gardening
with Tom Kay
Learn how to grow more food in a smaller area by using raised beds or containers. Learn some clever tips involving less work to make this type of gardening a success.
Tom Kay and his wife Gayle have owned and operated The Flower Farm nursery in Kennewick for over 35 years. They host a weekly Saturday morning radio program on KFLD 870 AM, 8 – 9 a.m. on the topic of gardening. They love Q & A time. Give them a call!
706S20 Dupus Boomer Brings Comic Relief
with Connie Estep
Peek through a pre-fab window at life in the 1940s and discover Dupus Boomer, the Dilbert of his time. Then, as now, life reflected through comics uncovered many truths. Dupus was known to irreverently poke fun at the living conditions endured by Hanford workers and their families. His painful hilarity was often the reason why some people bought the weekly newspaper.
800S20 Climbing Kilimanjaro
with Sara Schilling & Courtney Flatt
Have you ever dreamed of climbing Africa’s tallest mountain? Listen as two outdoor enthusiast's share how they trained and prepared to summit the 19,341-foot Mount Kilimanjaro, known as the “Roof of Africa.” They’ll share photos, video and stories from their six-day climb and inspire you to start making your own adventure plans.