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Adult Education Report Annual Meeting 2010

Prepared by Else Tennessen

· Lee Kopulos continues to lead a weekly Bible study that meets during the week at church. He has covered 1 and 2 Corinthians in 2009. The class will resume after Pascha 2010. Students enrolled in Lee’s class AND enrolled in the School of the Seventy can now get credits for work in his class.
· The School of the Seventy concluded its first year in June 2009, and resumed in September. This term’s (2009-2010; running parallel to the school year) students are mostly from out of state, and the web site has generated considerable interest and the have enrolled online. The web site has had over 12,000 visitors to date. There are fewer St. Luke members participating in the School. The School bulletin board was updated to better meet the need for a self-serve school.

Plans for 2010:

· Future plans include adding more activities and working to generate more interest. Books from the bookstore will be featured as credit activities.