PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Gulf Coast State College kicked off the Fall session of their Education Encore program for senior adults Friday morning.
Education encore gives seniors the opportunity to take non-credit educational classes at the College for the next six weeks.
For 92 dollars they can take four courses every Friday in subjects that they choose, with lunch included.
Elizabeth Hooks, the Corporate College Coordinator for Gulf Coast said they offer a wide range of courses for the "students" to choose from.
"You can pick anything from computers to history, fishing, meditation, chair yoga -- the list goes on and on," she said.
Education Encore will also have a spring session beginning in January, but registration will begin in December.
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