Continuing Learning Experience
to Host Aug. 16 Open House
July 30, 2003
An open house for prospective and continuing members of Continuing
Learning Experience will feature a center tour, plus preview of
fall programs and events.
When: Saturday, Aug. 16.
Where: Ruby Gerontology Center
Cal State Fullerton
Fall Theme: Learning+Sharing+Socializing=CLE.
“This theme,” says the organization’s president,
Kirt Spradlin, “is the basic definition of what CLE represents
— a premier program for mature individuals who want to continue
learning and sharing interests and abilities in a university environment.”
9 a.m. — continental breakfast,
tours of activity centers
10 a.m. — open meeting and welcome by CSUF President Milton
11 a.m. — program Q&A, center tours, membership signups
Something for Everyone:Featured
programs for fall include “Fostering Cultural Respect,”
“Walk Through the Bible,” “Wisdom Exchange,”
“20th Century” and more
No Cost: Open to the public free
of charge, including parking
Background: Continuing Learning Experience
(CLE) is a self-governing university support group of almost 800
retired and semiretired individuals dedicated to the pursuit of
lifelong learning. Based at the Ruby Gerontology Center on the campus
of Cal State Fullerton, CLE will start its 24th year Sept. 8, 2003.
CLE is the Key to Open Your Door to Lifelong Learning
More Info: CLE at 657-278-2446