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Adult Education Report Annual Meeting 2016

Prepared by Else Tennessen

2015 was a very slow year with no participation in the School of the 70 by either St Luke parishioners or outside Orthodox. (As well, I did not maintain the bookstore in 2015. This was being done by Luba Petersen.)

I did, however, maintain the website (70school.blogspot.com) until I moved (end of September 2015). During the year of 2015, there were 5,824 unique page views (an average of 485 per month). Primary audiences were from United States (first), Russia (second) and Germany and the UK (tied for third).

While there no longer seems to be parishioner interest in the School of the 70 (and it has been slow for about three years), if St Luke Church would like to continue maintaining the website, I would be glad to hand it over and train the replacement webmaster. Just let me know!