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Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Winston-Salem, NC
Spring 2011
Courses �or Community
Salem College
Enric�ing Community...
throu�� Salem’s Courses �or Community
In these times of challenging prosperity and economic adversity, there’s no better time and place to benefit from a
personal educational experience than Salem College’s Courses for Community program. Not only will you find new and
innovative classes to inspire and educate you on our roster, but also the traditional language, wine and prep course series
Salem is known for hosting. Enjoy a sense of renewal this spring!
There are 45 exciting opportunities for you to increase your knowledge and activity level, improve your lifestyle and
gain personal enjoyment – all on the beautiful Salem College campus. We offer something for everyone.
• Courses for Community continues to offer the financial series entitled, Money Matters.
• The Prep and Professional Series will provide numerous opportunities for professionals seeking continuing
education/renewal credit.
• The popular Wine Series will feature a “10th Year Wine Class Reunion” for those who’ve attended as well as for
those who wish they had attended a wine class. The series will also offer additional opportunities for the wine
enthusiast. The delicious Salem College Wine Dinner returns with an evening at Noble’s Grill.
• The Live Well Series and the popular Writing Series will continue to offer a variety of interesting topics ...
Our registration fees are competitive, yet affordable, and class sizes are limited in order to enhance the learning
environment and encourage interaction among participants. For those seeking professional acknowledgement,
certificates of completion are available upon request. Numerous courses qualify for educator renewal credits. Required
documentation is provided. Courses are individually priced with group/friend discounts available in the Fitness and
Health Series. Give the gift of knowledge with a customized gift certificate for any occasion. Our Wine Series classes
make excellent gifts, as well.
Registration is ongoing and without deadlines unless otherwise noted. Once you are registered, a parking permit, map
of our campus and a letter of confirmation with course details will be mailed to you. A downloadable brochure of all
the courses will be posted on the Salem College website. For general information, contact Betty Telford, Courses for
Community, at
Many thanks to Old Salem Museums & Gardens for their generosity in providing facilities. Page ii and iii background images:
Salem College Wood & Perot Fountain, Circa 1857, Photographs by Carrie Pritchard Dickey C’00.
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Courses for Community Calendar by Start Date

JANUARY 10 Intermediate Bridge – 21 American Red Cross 7 SAT Prep Series – Critical
25 SAT Prep Series – Math Conventions, page vi Lifeguard Certification, Reading/Writing Option II,
Option I, page vii 10 Introduction to Wine, page v page vii
27 SAT Prep Series – Critical page iv 21 Spring for Golf, page v 12 Writing from Memory,
Reading/Writing Option I, 10 Freelance Writing for Profit, 28 Shag Lessons, page v page ix
page vii page ix 28 Line Dancing, page v 13 The Golden Age of Broadway
FEBRUARY 10 Ballroom Dancing, page v 29 RetireWISE, Knowledge, Musicals, page viii
4 Gifted Children: Their Social 10 Spanish for Beginners, Guidance and Answers, 14 Tea and Chocolate Pairings,
and Emotional Development, page vi page vii Option II, page viii
page vi 11 PRAXIS I & II Prep 29 Continuing French 18 Salem College Wine Dinner
7 Drawing Dragons and Workshop, page vii Conversation, page vi at Noble’s Grille, page iv
Fantasy Creatures, page iv 14 Microsoft Office 2007 APRIL 26 The 10th Anniversary Wine
7 Beginning Bridge – Bidding Workshop, page vii 4 Botanical Watercolors, Class Reunion, page iv
in the 21st Century, page vi 22 Building Fiction from the page iv SUMMER
8 Introduction to French Ground Up, page ix 5 Drawing in Plein Air, page iv July 18 Summer SAT Prep, Verbal,
Conversation, page vi MARCH 5 SAT Prep Series – Math page ix
8 Fast and Easy: Pen/Ink 1 Wines of Europe, page iv Option II, page vii July 18 Summer SAT Prep, Math,
Watercolors, page iv 2 Introduction to Public 5 Game, Set, Match! page v page ix
8 Road of Retirement Boot- Speaking, page vi 5 Developing Rituals of July 11 Summer Art Enrichment
Camp – Option I, page vii 3 Divine Cinema, page viii Healing for Loss & Life Program, Session I, page ix
9 The Painter’s Workshop: 5 How to Research Your Transitions, page viii July 18 Summer Art Enrichment
Option I, page iv Historic House, page vi 6 The Painter’s Workshop: Program, Session II, page ix
10 Road of Retirement Boot 8 Trotting Tuesdays, page v Option II, page iv Aug. 1 Summer Art Enrichment
Camp – Option II, page vii 10 Tea and Chocolate Pairings 7 Introduction to Children’s Program, Session III, page ix
Option I, page viii Publishing, page ix
16 Comparing Wine Varieties
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Art Series Wine Series

Drawing Dragons and Fantasy Botanical Watercolors (Verano) Introduction to Wine (Heye) Salem College Wine Dinner at
Creatures (Verano) The lovely gardens of Salem will provide you Get acquainted with wine terminology, Noble’s Grille (Heye)
Learn to draw dragons, fairies, elves, gnomes, with the opportunity to create flower and labels and the lore of historical and regional Join us as we put into practice what our
leprechauns and other spirits of good nature. plant studies in journalistic style using pencil, differences in wine. Learn to evaluate wines wine classes have been offering for the past
Bring a colorful imagination along with a (9 ink and watercolors. Bring small travel-size as you taste the major grape varieties from 10 years. Our “Wine Guy” has worked with
x 12) drawing pad, #2 pencil, colored pencils, watercolor pad, brushes, ultra-fine Sharpie™, around the world. The final class takes place at Noble’s Grille to select wines to match a full
eraser and ultra fine Sharpie.™. Snack is watercolors, #2 pencil and eraser. A portable a local vineyard. Participants must be 21. dinner offering. For more details on the wines
recommended. Open to artists of all ages. lawn chair and snack is also recommended. Thursdays, February 10, 17 & 25 and menu and for reservation, please call the
Artists of all ages welcome. 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($70) Courses for Community program coordinator
Mondays, February 7-March14
4:00 – 6:30 p.m. ($130) Mondays, April 4 – May 9 at Salem College. Participants must be 21.
4:00 – 6:30 p.m. ($130) Wines of Europe (Heye) Monday, April 18
Fast & Easy – Pen / Ink European countries produce significant 6:30 p.m. ($85)
Drawing in Plein Air (Verano) amounts of quality wine with a variety of
Watercolors (Verano) Enjoy step-by step instruction and exercises to tastes. Take a guided tour at Salem through
This art class encourages experimentation The 10th Anniversary Wine
hone your abilities in the relaxed Old Salem the vineyards of France, Germany, Italy and
while learning fun techniques that allow your setting. Whether you are a beginner or a Spain while learning about the wines of Class Reunion (Heye)
creative side to grow. Bring Arches (140 lb.) seasoned artist, this outdoor drawing class will Europe. Participants must be 21. For the past ten years Salem College has held
watercolor paper, paints, brushes, natural inspire your creative side. Bring drawing pad, more than 100 wine classes. This reunion
sponge, masking fluid, colored inks and your Tuesdays, March 1, 8 & 15 is open to anyone who has attended any of
variety of drawing pencils, (2H, 2, 2B, 4B, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($75)
imagination. 6B) eraser and comfortable lawn chair. Artists these classes or anyone who wishes they had!
Tuesdays, February 8 – March 15 of all ages welcome. We will offer information on current trends
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. ($130) Comparing Wine Varieties in wine as well as comment on the highlights
Tuesdays, April 5 – May 10 of the past decade. The wines offered will be
4:00 – 6:30 p.m. ($130) Around the World (Heye)
Is a Chardonnay from France superior to selected to show off some of the best wine
The Painter’s Workshop: experiences we have had. Come reunite with
one from California? Does a Cabernet from
Option I (Verano) The Painter’s Workshop: Chile taste different than one from Australia? friends and enjoy the wine.
Bring your own painting project along with Option II (Verano) Sharpen your knowledge of various regions
your choice of watercolors, acrylics, pastels, Bring your own painting project along with and, on the last evening, test your acumen Tuesday, April 26
or water soluble oils to create gorgeous works your choice of watercolors, acrylics, pastels with a blind tasting. Participants must be 21. 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($40)
of art. This class is a great way for a beginner or water-soluble oils to create gorgeous works
to learn how to paint in a relaxed and fun Wednesday, March 16, 30 & April 6
of art. This class is a great way for a beginner 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($75)
environment with other like-minded artists. to learn how to paint in a relaxed and fun
Demos given each class session with lots of environment with other like-minded artists.
individual attention. Demos given each class session with lots of
Option I: Wednesdays, Feb 9 – March16 individual attention.
12:30 – 3:00 p.m. ($130) Option II: Wednesdays, April 6 – May 11
12:30 – 3:00 p.m. ($130)
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Health and Fitness Series

Trotting Tuesdays (Lovell) Spring for Golf (Nixon) Shag Lessons (Holcomb) Game, Set, Match! (Engram)
This course will be held at Cash Lovell Stables Learn the fundamentals of the game of golf. For the beginner and intermediate dancer: These clinics are designed for beginners to low
in Winston Salem on five Tuesday nights. Wear comfortable clothing and tennis or golf Enjoy the fun and exercise of social dancing intermediate tennis players, or for individuals
The facility is an indoor riding facility where shoes and bring clubs, if you have them. In five while practicing and/or learning the basic steps who may wish to “brush up” on their game.
you’ll learn the basics of safe and fun English introductory lessons the instructor will do a to shag dance. This course is open to all ages All aspects of the game of tennis will be taught
horseback riding. This course is open to full-swing video analysis and teach proper grip, and a partner is not required. Class will not including: the forehand, the backhand, the
beginner level riders of all ages, as well as those stance and alignment. The rules and etiquette meet April 25 and May 9. volley and the serve. The clinic will also teach
who are returning to the saddle. of golf will also be discussed. The class will be Mondays, March 28 – May 16 scoring and court positioning for singles and
Tuesdays, March 8 – April 5 held at a local golf course. 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. ($55 or two/$100) doubles. Please bring a racquet if you have one.
7:00 – 8:15 p.m. ($165) Mondays, March 21 – April 18 However, racquets and other equipment will be
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. ($75) provided if needed. The course will be taught
Line Dancing (Holcomb) on the SaIem College tennis courts. In case
American Red Cross Lifeguard Come learn the basic steps of line dancing of rain, the course will meet indoors. In these
Certification (West) Ballroom Dancing (Econ) which include the circle, contra and waltz clinics you will learn a great deal about the
American Red Cross Lifeguarding Class is a Become comfortable and confident with line. With dance sheet instructions, group game of tennis, but most of all, you will have
30-hour certification course; participant must dancing in this introductory course for the interaction and classtime practice, you will fun! Partners not required.
be 15 by March 21. Students will receive “brushing up” and “beginning” social dancer. have fun, exercise and learn the steps. Partners
The basic Ballroom dance steps are taught not required. Class will not meet April 25 and Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 5 – April 28
lifeguarding with first aid and CPR-PR with 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. ($80)
AED certification upon successful completion along with instruction on the Waltz, Foxtrot, May 9.
of a written test and a water rescue skills test. Rumba, Cha Cha and Swing. Partners not Mondays, March 28 – May 16
Certification is good for a three-year period required. 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. ($55 or two/$100)
and is required for lifeguard employment. Thursdays, February 10 – March 17
Attendance is mandatory for all class sessions. 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. ($55 or two/$100)
Prior to the first class, you must purchase
the American Red Cross Lifeguard Book and
rescue mask at the American Red Cross office.
Come prepared to swim the first class meeting.
Class will be at the Gateway YWCA, Winston
Salem. Pre-registration required.
Monday – Friday, March 21-25
4:30 – 9:30 p.m.
and Saturday, March 26
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. ($250)

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Personal Enrichment Series

Gifted Children: Their Social Intermediate Bridge – Continuing French Conversation How to Research Your Historic
and Emotional Development Conventions (Goins) (Wallace) House (Fearnbach)
(Batenburg) This class offers a detailed analysis of Building on our French fundamentals, we Have you always wanted to know more about
For teachers and parents interested in a conventions that have become common to will practice our French in different situations a historic property or your home? Learn how
better understanding of their gifted children, basic bidding concepts for the twenty-first that add to vocabulary and language skills. to use a wide variety of sources including
this course will use a book club format to century. These include Jacoby transfers, Aspects of French culture and history will be public records, library and archival materials,
discuss the book, The Social and Emotional Stayman, weak two-bids, bids over incorporated with information about travel in oral histories, and architectural investigation
Development of Gifted Children: What Do interference, various doubles, advanced slam France. Practical aspects of language will be to document a building’s history. After a
We Know? Topics such as acceleration, exploration techniques, how to bid two-suited the focus in this lively and fun course. Living brief introduction, students will discuss
asychronous development, peer pressure, hands. Students actively bid and play pre-dealt Language: French Complete Course – The Basics. possible research avenues and explore online
perfectionism, and underachievement will be hands while analyzing bidding techniques, Random House Information Group, 2008. investigation tools.
discussed. Other topics will be chosen by the play of the hand and enjoy class interaction. Tuesdays, March 29 - May 3 Saturday, March 5
group. Enjoy this mid-day treat on Fridays Text not required. 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. ($75; register for 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. ($30)
to learn more about your child. Suggested Thursdays, February 10 – April 14 introduction and continuing French at the
text: The Social and Emotional Development of 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon ($80) same time, $140 for both) Introduction to Public Speaking
Gifted Children: What Do We Know?
Fridays, February 4, February 18 and March 4 Introduction to French Spanish for Beginners (Henson) This workshop will give you a basic grounding
11:00 – 12:30 p.m. ($45) Conversation (Wallace) Join us in a relaxed atmosphere to in public speaking. You will learn how to use
This introduction to the beautiful French acquire basic conversational skills and an “stage fright” to your advantage and how to
Beginning Bridge – Bidding in language will unlock the mysteries of understanding of basic grammar. Using a communicate with an audience. You will have
pronunciation, introduce basic sentence thematic vocabulary book the course will the opportunity to speak for a few minutes
the 21st Century (Goins) allow for speaking practice to refine your
This course is an introduction to the American construction, and begin building a useful in each session, and will be able to observe,
vocabulary. The CDs accompanying the text ability to use correct grammar and equip from the perspectives of both a speaker and
Standard Bidding system which is based on you to go forward on your own. Participants
5-card major openings in Bridge. Students will provide guidance and practice outside of class. an audience member, the public speaking
In class we will use a variety of activities to select a Spanish theme vocabulary text of their techniques that are most effective. Workshop
learn basic bidding and responses along with choice.
fundamental playing techniques. Students will build skills in a fun setting. Living Language: is limited to 12 participants.
enjoy the challenge that bridge offers and the French Complete Course – The Basics. Random Thursdays, February 10 – March 17 Wednesdays, March 2 and 9
class interaction. Participants should purchase, House Information Group, 2008. Class will 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. ($75) 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. ($30)
Bidding in the 21st Century – ACBL Series, not meet March 22.
Audrey Grant and Betty Starzec. Tuesdays, February 8 – March 15
Mondays, February 7 – April 11 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. ($75; register for
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon ($80) introduction and continuing French at the
same time, $140 for both)

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Money Matters Series Professional and Prep Series

Road of Retirement Boot-Camp, RetireWISE , Knowledge, SAT Prep Series – Math and Microsoft Office 2007 Workshop
Getting on Track and Staying Guidance and Answers (Davis) Critical Reading and Writing (Thetford)
There (Moser) Learn to integrate your savings and (Nelson/Britt/Freitag) Ever needed to send out a big mailing but
Is retirement within the next 15 years? This investments, your insurance, government- Perform up to your potential on the SAT and didn’t know how to make all those labels? Need
course is designed for those aged 50 years sponsored programs and your employee learn strategies for successfully taking tests. to see your budget in a hurry, but don’t know
and older to give you the tools necessary to benefits to begin building a retirement plan Strategies can also be used in daily academic how to make sense of it? This is a beginning,
make more informed decisions regarding that makes the most of what you have. You setting to improve student performance. intermediate and advanced workshop that
your financial future. Learn how to assess the will receive a workbook that will be a helpful Required text: Barron’s 25th Edition, How provides the ins and outs of Microsoft Office
costs associated with retirement – inflation, resource afterwards. The course is designed for to Prepare for the SAT. Option I courses 2007. Basic computer skills helpful but not
taxes, healthcare – as well as determine your those considering retirement within the next accommodate SAT testing date: March 12; required. Limited class size of 7 participants to
sources of retirement income, improve your 15 years. Option II courses accommodate SAT testing allow for individualized instruction.
investment potential, reduce your financial Tuesdays, March 29, April 5, 12, 19 dates: May 7 and June 4. Pre-registration Mondays/Wednesdays, February 14/16,
risk and help preserve your estate for your 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. ($45 or $60 per 2 required. 21/23, 28/March 2
heirs. Your workbook will be used in class registrations) CRITICAL READING/WRITING 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. ($80)
and as a reference tool afterward. Register for Option I:
either option and move between options, if Thursdays, January 27 – March 10 PRAXIS I & II Prep Workshop
necessary. 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. (Hatch)
Option I: Option II: Teacher education candidates: Get ready to
Tuesdays, February 8, 15, 22, and March 1 Thursdays, April 7 – May 5 meet with success when taking the PRAXIS
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. ($45 or $60 per 2 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. while improving test-taking skills, increasing
registrations) MATH reading speed and comprehension, reducing
Option II: Option I: test-taking anxiety and increasing content
Thursdays, February 10, 17, 24, and March 3 Tuesdays, January 25 – March 8 knowledge. Pre-registration required.
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. ($45 or $60 per 2 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
registrations) Option II: Friday, February 11, 4:00 – 9:00 p.m.;
Tuesdays, April 5 – May 3 Saturday, February 12, 4:00 – 9:00 p.m. and
5:00 – 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and
($175 each or 2 courses for $325) Saturday, February 26. 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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Live Well Series

Divine Cinema (Gebhard) Tea and Chocolate Pairings Developing Rituals of Healing The Golden Age of Broadway
A good movie (like a good book or great (Isenberg) for Loss & Life Transitions Musicals (Heye)
song) can touch your soul and provide insight Enjoy an evening of tasting chocolate and Hear the songs of Rodgers, Hart,
into the human condition. And while some (LoCicero/Hawkins)
tea and learn which chocolates go best with There are many rituals that help mark some Hammerstein, Gershwin and many more
films offer an overt religious message (The various teas. While tasting, we’ll explore the from original cast albums and interpretations
Ten Commandments or The Last Temptation life events (graduation, wedding, birth, death,
varieties, processing, brewing techniques etc), yet other losses leave us feeling empty from many other great entertainers. Along
of Christ), there are many others providing and health benefits of tea. We’ll also look at with the music, you’ll study the background
subtler, more nuanced themes that also and spiritually depleted. This experiential
the health benefits of moderate chocolate class will examine how healing rituals can be of the artists, composers and anecdotes about
resonate with us. This course will present a consumption. By pairing chocolate with tea, Broadway performances. The final class will be
theology of pop culture (how/where God developed and used to support difficult life
you can double the antioxidants you consume transitions. Participants will discover, develop held at the Stevens Center to watch UNC-
resides in contemporary media), tools for and savor the flavors of both. You’ll have the School of the Arts’ all-school production
discovering the divine in cinema, and how one and utilize personal healing rituals.
opportunity to sample some chocolate-infused of Oklahoma! The course fee covers 3 class
can grow spiritually through interaction with teas in addition to the chocolate and tea Tuesdays, April 5 – 26 sessions and 1 ticket for this exciting event.
movies. Participants are expected to view five pairings. 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($45) Participants are allowed to invite 1 guest to
different movies using the tools offered in the the performance for an additional $70 fee.
first session. Text: Reel Spirituality: Theology Option I:
Thursday, March 10 Course registration closes March 30 and fees
and Film in Dialogue, Robert K. Johnston. are non-refundable.
Suggested reading: God Was in This Place and 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($20)
I, I Did Not Know: Finding Self, Spirituality Option II:
Thursday, April 14 Wednesdays, April 13 – May 5
and Ultimate Meaning, Lawrence Kushner 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($100)
(Jewish spirituality); Christ and Culture, H. 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($20)
Richard Niebuhr (Christian theology). No
class March 24.
Preliminary film schedule:
March 3 – Introduction to watching movies
theologically for spiritual content
March 10 – Henry Poole Is Here (2008) Luke
March 17 – Chocolat (2000) Juliette Bonoche,
Johnny Depp, Alfred Molina
March 31 – Vertigo (1958) Alfred Hitchcock,
James Stewart and Kim Novak
April 7 – Millions (2004) Danny Boyle
April 14 – Schindler’s List (1993) Steven
Spielberg, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes,
Ben Kingsley
Thursdays, March 3 – April 14
March 24, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. ($50)
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Writing Series Summer Courses

Freelance Writing for Profit Building Fiction from the Summer SAT Prep Series Summer Art Enrichment
(Mathosian) Ground Up (Woodring) Spend a week reviewing and learning strategies Program (Verano)
You will learn how to successfully query editors, We will discuss how the elements of fiction for successfully taking tests. Strategies can also Take a quick studies workshop entitled “A
price your work and make multiple sales from work together to create a story, the various be used in the academic setting to improve Painting a Day!” this summer at Salem! This is
your articles and stories. If you are a new writer steps of creating fiction, revision techniques student performance. Required text: Barron’s a terrific way for a beginner to learn to paint
this course will teach you how to get started and for both stories and novels, and the first steps 25th Edition, How to Prepare for the SAT. or a reminder for the experienced painter to
become professional. If you are already writing, of publication. You will be led in a number of Critical Reading and Writing is scheduled loosen their painting style using fresh brush
this course will help sharpen your skills. Sug- writing exercises, beginning with character-cre- for the morning course while Math will be strokes and vivid color. Budding artists age
gested text, On Writing Well by Zisner. ating writing prompts, then scene-building and taught as the afternoon course. Pre-registration 9 through beginning and experienced adults
setting-building prompts, designed to begin a required. will enjoy this experience. Also makes a great
Thursdays, February 10 – March 17
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($80) nuanced and intriguing work of fiction. CRITICAL READING/WRITING multigenerational gift! With a choice of
Tuesdays, February 22 – March 22 Monday – Friday, July 18 – 22 three sessions, you will learn basic skills in
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ($75) 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. painting as well as learn to see shapes and their
Writing from Memory (Woodring) relationships to other shapes before adding
So much good writing, both fiction and nonfic- MATH
Monday – Friday, July 18 – 22 details. Step-by-step instructions will assist in
tion, comes from collecting and gaining perspec- Introduction to Children’s developing a painting, first with rough brush
tive on our memories. We will complete writing Publishing (Bryant) 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
sketches then forms with proper color value.
exercises designed to glean experiences and Children’s publishing is a bunny-eat-bunny ($175 each or 2 courses for $325) Art supplies needed: (5) Canvas Panels - Size 9
insights from our past, as well as discuss how to world – are you ready to learn everything you x 12, or 11 x14 or 12 x 16; (1) half-inch wide-
use our memories in fiction and personal essays. need to know to create, write and pitch your round tip brush; (1) One-inch wide flat tip
Tuesdays, April 12 – 26 children’s book in this incredibly competitive brush; and acrylic Paints: (1) tube each - Red,
7:00 – 8:30 p.m. ($60) market? Topics will include writing for differ- Yellow, Blue, White.
ent age groups (from babies to teenagers); an Option I:
examination of industry trends and challenges; Monday – Friday, July 11 – 15
how to create a proposal that will make you 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ($130)
stand out from the slush pile; how to find repu- Option II:
table agents and publishers; and different ways Monday – Friday, July 18 – 22
in which technology can help further your 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ($130)
career as a children’s book author or illustrator. Option III:
Thursdays, April 7, 14 and 21 Monday – Friday, August 1 – 5
6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ($60) 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ($130)

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Spring 2011 - Courses for Community Instructor Information

Ann Batenburg has 14 years of classroom as the coordinator of the certificate program various East Coast wine competitions and is a Sarah Nelson holds an education degree from
experience working with a variety of children. in historic preservation and a lecturer in the frequent contributor to wine-related articles in the University of Tennessee. She is the English
She is nearing completion of a doctorate in art department at Salem College, and as a local and regional publications. academic team coach at West Forsyth High
elementary education with an emphasis upon lecturer in the history department at UNC- Brenda Holcomb is a local, trained dance School and served on the committees to write
gifted education. Currently she teaches at Greensboro. enthusiast with more than 27 years of teaching the curriculum for the 9th grade practical
Salem College in the education department. Sue Freitag received a B.S. in mathematics from experiences. She enjoys working with people English course, and the North Carolina End-
Mike Britt holds degrees in mathematics and Appalachian State University. She has contin- in the community teaching dance lessons to of-Grade Test.
counseling; is principal/executive director ued her graduate studies at UNC-Greensboro. children up through senior adults. Steve Nixon is a PGA certified instructor and
for the Children’s Center for the Physically For more than 22 years she has taught math- Martha Isenberg is a local tea consultant for professional golfer with more than 21 years of
Disabled and The Special Children’s School; ematics in the Winston Salem/Forsyth County Tealightful Treasures. She holds degrees from experience. He has claimed more than 10 top
and has been an instructor for Courses for Schools. For the past two summers she was UNC-Greensboro in home economics and nu- finishes and captured multiple Carolina PGA
Community since 1978. a participant in the MELT (Math Education trition education. Her professional experiences Option Pro-Am titles.
Megan E. Bryant has written more than 170 Leadership Training) at Appalachian State include 28 years as a nutrition/food safety Carol Roan holds an M.M. in vocal pedagogy
children’s books (including a New York Times University. educator with the NC Cooperative Extension from Indiana University and an M.S. in busi-
bestseller) for several major publishing houses Doug Gebhard, M. Div., is an ordained min- Service. ness policy from Columbia University. She
including Penguin, Simon and Schuster, Run- ister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). He Jack LoCicero, Ph.D. is the director of counsel- taught the first stage-presence course in the
ning Press, Scholastic, HarperCollins, Disney is active in Salem Presbytery and specializes ing services of Salem College. He served as United States at the New School of Music in
and Chronicle Books. She has edited more in transitional and transformational minis- associate professor of hospice education at Philadelphia, and now teaches both voice and
than 325 children’s books in all genres for try for congregations and individuals. Prior Madonna University in Michigan. He received stage presence in Winston-Salem. She is the
Penguin Young Readers Group and Worth- to parish ministry, Doug was in the music his master’s in counselor education from Wake author of Speak Up: The Public Speaking Primer
while Books. business doing sales and promotions. He was Forest University, and his Ph.D. from Missis- (Press 53, 2010)
Ken Davis is a lifelong resident of Winston- also in a semi-professional rock band and was sippi State University. He is currently on staff Michelle Thetford holds a B.A. from Salem
Salem and has been with MetLife for 16 years. a music journalist for seven years. His is the at Salem College and Academy. College and has been a Microsoft trainer in
He is an alumnus of Elon University. A past only review of Bob Marley’s last performance Parker Lovell is owner of one of the country’s Word and Excel since 2004. She conducts
president of the Winston-Salem Insurance and in Pittsburgh, PA. His tribute to Mister (Fred) largest horseback riding academies, Cash- group and individual training on Microsoft
Financial Advisors Association and a recipient Rogers was published by Lovell Stables, with three generations of teach- office programs.
of the Life Underwriter of the Year award, he Jane Goins is a graduate of Appalachian State ing and training experience. CLS instructors Vickie Verano earned her B.F.A. from Marshall
has served on the boards of the Forsyth County University, holding degrees in Spanish and have produced scores of world and national University. She has been an instructor for the
Estate Planning Council and the local Associa- social studies. She is also a certified ACBL champion riders. They emphasize teaching the CFC art program at Salem College and the
tion of Insurance and Financial Advisors. Certified Bridge Instructor. She is a Gold Life basics of good, safe horsemanship in an indoor Summer Art Enrichment Program since 1997.
Tony Econ has owned and taught in dance stu- Master with more than 3100 Master Points, arena. Heather West is a Red Cross Lifeguard instruc-
dios for more than 25 years. He is a member of Star Teacher and 19 regional titles. Mark Mathosian is a freelance writer, columnist tor, a Red Cross CPR instructor and an
the Imperial Society and has prepared numer- Charles Hatch is the owner of The CWH Con- and photographer. He has a bachelor’s degree American Health and Safety Institute instruc-
ous amateur and professional dancers for social sulting Company and has worked in the area in criminal justice, is a licensed private investi- tor/trainer. She holds certifications in YMCA
and competitive dancing. of test preparation for 18-plus years. He travels gato, and a retired financial fraud investigator. Lifeguarding and Lifeguard Training. She also
Sally Engram has been the Salem Academy throughout the Southeast as an educational His experiences include handling consumer holds certification as a pool operator through
Junior Varsity tennis coach for more than six consultant conducting workshops for educa- complaints and investigating a wide variety of the National Pool and Aquatics Association.
years. She is also the tennis instructor for the tors and students in the field of testing. His scams with a special emphasis on investment She holds dual roles at Salem Academy and
Salem Sports Camp. She has given private focus is test preparation for the GRE, GMAT frauds. His articles and photographs have ap- College as an instructor in the Courses for
lessons and coached several USTA teams for and PRAXIS. peared in a variety of publications and general Community program and as a coach for the
many years. She has also previously man- Stimp Hawkins holds degrees from the readership newspapers. His specialties are the Salem Academy Swim Team.
aged and taught for the Young Folks Tennis University of Virginia and Union Theologi- “How To” article, consumer awareness and Judi Wallace is president of Wallace Consult-
Program. cal Seminary and is a trained clinical pastoral protection columns and assisting new writers ing and Training. She holds degrees from the
Heather Fearnbach owns and operates Fearn- educator. His career placed him as a minister become published for the first time. University of Kentucky and Wake Forest Uni-
bach History Services, Inc., a firm offering in Tennessee and North Carolina. He served as Craig Moser is a financial advisor and chartered versity. She is also certified in business French
high-quality historic resource research, docu- a Hospice chaplain in Forsyth County, and is retirement planning counselor with over 20 from the Chamber of Commerce French
mentation, analysis and management services on staff at Salem College and Academy. years of financial advisory experience, joining Institute in LaRochelle, France.
to local and state governments, non-profits Deane Henson is a certified teacher in Latin, Merrill Lynch in 2006. He is an alumnus Susan Woodring is the author of The Traveling
and individuals, as well as federal agencies. English and Spanish and currently teaches in of Wake Forest University and served in the Disease, a novel, and Springtime on Mars, a
She has worked throughout N.C., successfully the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. United States Air Force. He strongly believes in collection of short stories. Her third book, a
completing historic architectural surveys and She is a graduate of Radford College and Sa- educating the investor and conducts educa- novel titled Goliath, will be published in the
reports for transportation projects; municipal lem College. She holds additional certification tional workshops that focus on retirement spring of 2012.
and county architectural surveys; and numer- from the University of Dallas. planning and investment options at local col-
ous nominations to the National Register of Bruce Heye has extensively toured the major leges and universities, within local businesses
Historic Places, among others. She also serves winegrowing regions of the world; judged and through local civic organizations. page x
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Developing Rituals of Healing for Loss and Life Transitions

Gifted Children: Their Social and Emotional Development

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SAT Prep - Critical Reading and Writing - Option II

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Introduction to Spanish for Beginners… Relaxed

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Beginning Bridge-Bidding In the 21st Century

Comparing Wine Varieties Around the World

American Red Cross-Life Guard Certification

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The Tenth Anniversary Wine Class Reunion

Road of Retirement- Getting on Track and

Road of Retirement- Getting on Track and

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Drawing Dragons and Fantasy Creatures

Building Fiction From The Ground Up

Tea and Chocolate Pairings - Option II

How To Research Your Historic Home

Tea and Chocolate Pairings - Option I

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Introduction To French Conversation

Introduction to Children’s Publishing

Fast and Easy-Pen & Ink Watercolors

Shag Lessons-Beginner/Intermediate
Trotting Tuesdays-Horseback riding
Intermediate Bridge - Conventions

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Game, Set Match!-Tennis Lessons

Microsoft Office 2007 Workshop

Continuing French Conversation

Introduction to Public Speaking

Spring Paint Workshop - Part II

Spring Paint Workshop - Part I

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The Golden Age of Broadway

Salem College Wine Dinner

SAT Prep Math - Option II
Freelance Writing for Profit

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Writing From Memory

Introduction To Wine

Botanical Watercolors

Drawing in Plein Air

Ballroom Dancing

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Wines of Europe

Spring For Golf

Divine Cinema

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