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Sing Along Guitar Lessons –
Beginners
Ages 6 & Up
Sing along while learning to play the guitar.
Your teacher is young at heart & has been
teaching for years. She loves to pick a tune
and sing along. You will learn how to tune
your guitar. Accompany yourself with chords.
This class is geared for 6 year olds & up.
Tuesdays for 6 sessions 5:30-6:30 p.m. — $70
Sess 1:
June 17, 24, July 1, 8, 15 & 22
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
Piano Lessons
for Beginners – Level 1
Ages 6 - 12
Has your child always wanted to play the
piano? You are in luck! Find out if your child
can develop the talent! Join this fun class.
Learn how to play a tune by ear and basic
music theory. Students will receive lesson
handouts to practice at home. For students
to develop their skills at playing the piano, it
is recommended that they practice at least
½ to 1 hour per day. Please bring your key-
board to class. Minimum of 5 students are
needed to offer this class. (Min5/max.10)
Tuesdays for 6 classes 6:45-7:45 p.m. — $70
Sess 1:
June 17, 24, July 1, 8, 15 & 22
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
Piano Lessons
for Beginners – Level 1
Age 13 – Adults
Have you always wanted to play the piano?
Find out if you have the talent! Join this fun
class. Learn how to play a tune by ear and
basic music theory. Students will receive
lesson handouts to practice at home. For
students to develop their skills at playing the
piano, it is recommended that they practice
at least ½ to 1 hour per day. Bring your key-
board to class. Minimum of 5 students are
needed to offer this class. (Min5/max.10)
Tuesdays for 6 classes 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. — $70
Sess 1:
June 17, 24, July 1, 8, 15 & 22
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
Piano Lessons
for Beginners – Level 2
Ages 6 - 12
This class is a continuation of the Level 1
Piano for Beginners class. Students will
continue to build the skills they learned
in Level 1. They will continue with treble
clef and base clef. They will continue to
progress into more advanced lessons to
include sharps & flats. It is recommended
that students practice at least ½ to 1 hour
per day to receive the full benefit of the
lessons. Bring your keyboard to class. (Min.
5/max.10)
Weds. for 6 classes 6:00-7:00 p.m. — $70
Sess 1:
June 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16 & 23
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
Piano Lessons
for Beginners – Level 2
Age 13 – Adults
This class is a continuation of the Level 1
Piano for Beginners class. Students will
continue to build the skills they learned
in Level 1. They will continue with treble
clef and base clef. They will continue to
progress into more advanced lessons to
include sharps & flats. It is recommended
that students practice at least ½ to 1 hour
per day to receive the full benefit of the
lessons. Bring your keyboard to class. (Min.
4/max.10)
Weds. for 6 classes 7:15-8:15 p.m. — $70
Sess 1:
June 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16 & 23
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
New Homeowner Tips
The thrill of being a home owner is difficult
to explain until it has been experienced
firsthand. The sense of pride & accomplish-
ment that comes from owning a home is a
feeling unto its own. The new homeowner
must learn to manage various maintenance
tasks on his/her own in order to keep the
house comfortable & inviting. Some tasks are
associated with various seasons of the year
while others are routine maintenance that
must be performed on a consistent basis. You
will learn how & when to do these tasks.
Meets Mondays — $20
June 9 from 10:30am—1:00pm or
June 9 from 6:30—9:00pm
Nora Chavez, Instructor
Judson Middle School-Bldg B
Auto Maintenance
Want to save money by doing it yourself?
Confused when they change your oil and
recommend other services? Wonder if the
knocking noise you hear under the hood
is an emergency? This class is great for
those who want to know the basics, but
were never taught how. Topics will include:
How to Get Better Gas Mileage, Performing
a Regular Safety Check of Your Vehicle, &
Doing Your Own Oil Changes.
Meets Mondays — $20
June 23 from 10:30am—1:00pm or
June 23 from 6:30—9:00pm
Nora Chavez, Instructor
Judson Middle School-Bldg B
Tool Box Essentials
Sooner or later, you’re going to come across
a situation in which you need some type of
tool.  It’s better to have a tool &
not need it, than to need a tool &
not have it handy. You will learn
about basic tools to have, when
to use nails or screws, & about
the different types of wood.
Meets Mondays — $20
July 14 from 10:30am—1:00pm
or July 14 from 6:30—9:00pm
Nora Chavez, Instructor
Judson Middle School-Bldg B
Making a Rain Barrel
Conserving water is essential in this Texas
drought. Join this class to learn how to
make a rain barrel that collects and stores
rainwater from your roof. Your landscape
will love the natural rainwater. Use it to
irrigate your trees, shrubs & flowers.
Meets Mondays — $20
July 28 from 10:30am—1:00pm or
July 28 from 6:30—9:00pm
Nora Chavez, Instructor
Judson Middle School-Bldg B
Building a Raised Planting Bed
Raised planting beds are great for small
plots of veggies & flowers. They keep path-
way weeds from your garden soil, prevent
soil compaction, provide good drainage &
serve as a barrier to some pests. By raising
the soil level, raised beds also reduce back
strain when bending over to tend the bed.
Join us to learn how to do it yourself.
Meets Mondays — $20
Aug 11 from 10:30am—1:00pm or
Aug 11 from 6:30—9:00pm
Nora Chavez, Instructor
Judson Middle School-Bldg B
Fall Maintenance
Let’sgetyourhouseready for the fall.Thisclass
willcover items thatneed tobecompletedprior
to theTexaswinterweather. Keepyourhome in
tip topshape to face theelements!
Meets Mondays — $20
Aug 18 from 10:30am—1:00pm or
Aug 18 from 6:30—9:00pm
Nora Chavez, Instructor
Judson Middle School-Bldg B
H OM E & A U T O WO R K S H O P S
C P R , F I R S T A I D & AA R P D R I V E R S A F E T Y
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Y O U N G - AT - H E A R T
F I N A N C I A L
Demystifying the
iCloud & Cloud
What is the Cloud and iCloud hype all about in the electronic
world of computers and electronic devices? You will take a look at
the Cloud & iCloud as it pertains to the world of computers. Learn
what can it do, how it works & how you can take advantage of its
many uses. If you want to keep up with the latest in the Informa-
tion Age, join this class & Dave will answer your questions!
Meets 1 time — $29
June 30 (M) from 10 am-12:30 pm at JMS
July 28 (M) from 6-8:30 pm at JLA
Dave Oliver, Instructor
Judson Learning Academy (JLA)
Judson Middle School-Bldg B (JMS)
Demonstration of a Touch Screen & Win-
dows 8.1 Seminar
The new Windows 8 has been released. Should you update?
Dave Oliver will cover the new features with a demonstration
of the new operating system on a touch screen computer. The
new software works with touch screen electronics and it is quite
different from previous versions of Windows. Dave has been
involved with computers and software for many years and kept
up-to-date on the latest. Come join this lively discussion and learn
the latest from Digital Dave!
Meets 1 time from 6-8:30 p.m. — $15
July 29 (T)
Dave Oliver, Instructor
Judson Learning Academy
Learn How to Play Mah Jongg
The National Way
This ancient game is making a comeback and if you’ve
ever wondered what it’s all about, come join the fun on
Wednesday mornings! Bring a friend or spouse and get out
of the house! Learn to play MAH JONGG the National Way.
Carrilee Adkins will help you learn the basics as you play
by National Mah Jongg rules. The game is played with a
set of tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols. Sign
up early as there is only room for 16 players at this time.
There will be a one-time additional fee of $8.00 payable to
instructor at the first class to cover the cost of the game
card. (Min.8/Max 16)
Meets Weds from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. — $ 25 per person
June 4, 11, 18, & 25
Carrilee Adkins, Instructor
Judson Middle School, Bldg B
(Take driveway by baseball fields
& come to back of bldg. B)
Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR)
Basic Life Support 
for Health Care Provider
American Heart Association
Save the life of a friend or family member.
Course covers:
- CPR for adult, child, and infant
including two-rescuer
- Bag valve mask and pocket mask
- Foreign body airway obstruction
(conscious and unconscious)
- Automatic external defibrilla-
tion (AED)
Intended for certified or non-certified,
licensed or non-licensed healthcare
providers, such as:
- EMT technicians
- Physicians, Dentists, Nurses
- Respiratory, Physical and Occupa-
tional Therapists
- Medical and Nursing Students
Certification is offered at completion
of course & is recognized by the
American Heart Assoc. guidelines.
One session, 6:00-10:00 p.m.
—$40 per person
Apr 28 (M)
May 13 (T)
June 5 (Th)
June 17 (T)
July 10 (Th)
July 22 (T)
Aug 7 (Th)
Aug 19 (T)
Sept 4 (Th)
Sept 16 (T)
Rod Jensen, Instructor
Judson Middle School – B Bldg.
Heartsaver First Aid
American Heart Association
Do you really know how to use that first aid
kit in your home or office? Learn how to
save the life of a friend or family member.
Course covers:
- General principles of first aid, medical
emergencies, injury emergencies and
environmental emergencies.
- How to manage illness and injuries
during the first few minutes of an emer-
gency until professional help arrives
Intended for all individuals who have a duty
to respond to a first aid emergency because
of job responsibilities or regulatory require-
ments, including:
- Security and Airline Personnel
- Camp Counselors
- Police and Firefighters
- Teachers and Daycare Workers
- Aerobics Instructors/Physical-
Fitness Trainers
- Other individuals who want or need
first aid training
All classes use 1 full set of manikins and
equipment for every 1-2 students in the
class allowing for more hands on time. 
One session, 6:00-9:00 p.m. — $30 per person
Apr 23 (W)
May 8 (Th)
May 20 (T)
June 11 (W)
July 16 (W)
Aug 13 (Th)
Aug 25 (M)
Sept 10 (W)
Rod Jensen, Instructor
Judson Middle School – B Bldg.
AARP Driver Safety Program
In this refresher course AARP members &
non-members,
veteran drivers
will learn defen-
sive driving techniques, new traffic laws &
rules of the road. Drivers learn how to com-
pensate for age-related changes in vision,
hearing & reaction time. This is not a ticket
dismissal course, but drivers may be able to
obtain a 3 year reduction in car insurance
upon completion. A supply fee of $15 for
AARP members or $20 for non-members is
payable to the instructor (cash or check to
AARP). Bring your Driver’s License & AARP
membership card (if a member). Contact
AARP membership 1-888-687-2277 if you
misplaced your membership card. If you
have special needs, please let us know
when registering. The building is handicap
accessible thru south doors. Online registra-
tion is not available for this course. Call
619-0426 to reserve seat. (Min5/Max20)
Meets Wed for one session 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
May 14
Jul 9
Sept 17
Roy Ball, Instructor
Judson Middle School, Bldg. B
Credit Where Credit Is Due
Make Your Credit Count
As financial systems and options become increasingly
more complex, the need for financial education is greater
now than ever. The freedom to make financial choices with
the safety net of solid financial knowledge is priceless.
That knowledge comes with our nationally recognized,
standardized financial education course, Credit When
Credit Is Due (CWCID).  This 5 week course meets one
night per week for 5 consecutive weeks and empowers
you with financial strength and confidence for a successful
financial future. Leading financial experts are on-hand
each week to share their vast knowledge with CWCID
participants.  Session topics include:  lending basics, home
mortgages, credit reports and investments. Successful
completion of this course earns the individual a certificate
from the American Center for Credit Education and inclu-
sion in their national registry. For questions regarding this
seminar, please contact the RBFCU financial education
team at 1-800-580-3300 ext. 2626 or email
. Cost: $10 for RBFCU members & $25
non-members.
Meets Tues from 6:15-8:00 p.m.
Aug 5, 12, 19, 26, & Sept 2
Location: Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union
RBFCU Administrative Service Center Auditorium
1 Randolph Brooks Parkway
Live Oak, TX 78233
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