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Posted by Karen Rockwell on April 3, 2017 | Read more in: News
What can you make with a panel, you ask? Consider a quick baby quilt, table topper, bed runner, couch scarf, lap quilt, wall hanging . . . . .shall we continue?
This 10 week session will begin with pencil, ruler, graph paper (provided by the teacher) and a cotton fabric panel (provided by you). During the first class, we will begin by oooohing and aaaahing over all the pretty and fun panels, and then get down to work looking at border possibilities and design options for our own panels. A sewing machine won’t be needed for the first class, but it will be for following classes. The primary goal of this session will be to focus on finishing techniques, including borders, backing, sandwiching, battings, quilting and binding.
The recommended book for this session is “Learn to Quilt with Panels, Turn any Fabric Panel into a Unique Quilt” by Carolyn S. Vagts. A few of these books will be available for purchase at the first class for about $11.00.
Please call the RSU #39 Adult Ed. office at 493-4272 for additional information.
As always, beginners are encouraged to join us. And if you are already working on a project that you want to finish, this would be a good time for that, too.
High School Diploma and HiSET prep classes are FREE
to anyone that has not achieved a high school diploma!
The rest is up to you!
Don't wait! Call now to register for FALL classes!!!
Posted by Karen Rockwell on August 29, 2016
Judy Babbidge (Caribou Quilting instructor), Ruth Bradbury and students organized this day trip to share their passion of quilting together.
Students travel to the Learning Center from all over the county to attend classes with Judy. Although all the students were not able to go on this trip, the bus was full.
Quilting is more than a craft, it's a way of life!!!
From left to right, in zig-zag order: Ruby Bradbury, Heather Midwid, Sandy Daigle, Judy Babbidge, Helen Engstrom, Gusty Anderson, Steve Boody, Vee Peterson, Kathy French, Lucille Castonguay, Monika Baker, Jo-Ellen Kelley (hidden), Rita Kingsbury, Catherine Kingsbury, Jacinthe Byram, Lydia Gagnon (hidden), George Anne Carter, Joanne Bouchard, Freda Mosley, Julie Castonguay, Janice DeLong, Diane Porter, Maryann Gagnon (hidden), Cynthia Harvey, Barbara Rouse, Beth Ann Walker, Anita Dow, Sarah Jackson, Nancy Todd (hidden), Lois Howes, Bernadette Opthof, Cuppy Johndro, Bonnie Lavway, Nancy Carney, Marcie Brumaghin, Jackie Riberdy, Donna Hurley, Lou Ann Skidgell, Dawn Anderson, Barbara Dechaine, Rachel Levesque, Sharon Hedstrom, Nason Donahue, Judy Holmquist, Beth Albert, Letha VanKirk, Sandy Desjardin, Lou Sandy Boutot, and Joan Paradis. Absent from the picture are Donna Nolan and Lucille Loder.
Front Row Left to right - Kiauna Peete, Megan Faulkner, Tanaica Green, Jeff Gireaudore, Katelynn Bilodeau, Megan Duplessie, Courtney Theriault, Jaycee Bevins, Jeremy Biastre, Emily Levesque, Chelsea Theriault
Back Row Left to Right - Jesse Rivera, Richard Bubar, Gary Hewitt, Austin Billingslea, Austin Cyr
Congratulations to 83 graduates as of May 19, 2016.
Posted by Karen Rockwell on June 9, 2016 | Read more in: News
Classes are offered when there are enough applicants.
Clinical dates /times and locations are set up according to students location, work and availability.
If you cannot print the application, you may pick one up in the office at the Caribou Learning Center, 75 Bennett Drive, Caribou. You may also request one be mailed to you by calling the office at 207-493-4272, or emailing email@example.com - subject "CNA-Med application request", include your name and address.
MEDICATION COURSE FOR CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS
This course will provide instruction necessary for completion of the Standardized Medication Course for Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA’s).
The course will consist of one hundred twenty (120) hours of instruction. Sixty (60) hours will be spent in the classroom, twenty (20) hours skills lab, and forty (40) hours of clinical experience in a long-term health care facility.
Before being considered for the program, each applicant must:
The total fee of $850, including books, must be paid in full before the class start date. There are no refunds. 100% attendance is required, there are no make-up days.
Posted by Karen Rockwell on January 28, 2016 | Read more in: Post Secondary News
The Certified Nurse Assistant Course is designed to prepare students for State of Maine certification. It consists of 110 hours classroom/lab and 90 hours clinical experience, usually two four hour evenings and one eight hour weekend day sessions per week. Upon successful completion of the classroom & clinical components, students will be given the State of Maine CNA competency test along with all necessary forms required to be placed on the State of Maine CNA registry.
Fee: $850 (Text included)
You may call for an application and/or set up an appointment at 207-493-4272, or
firstname.lastname@example.org email - Subject: "CNA Application Request"
Posted by Karen Rockwell on July 15, 2015 | Read more in: News