Henderson Business and Professional Women’s Club: Summerville discusses new classes at community college

Jul. 01, 2013 @ 07:25 PM


Theresa Summerville, community services assistant at Vance-Granville Community College, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Henderson Business and Professional Women’s Club.

Summerville, previously employed by the Franklin County Arts Council and now the coordinator for personal enrichment and community services classes at the college, discussed some of the new classes offered by the institution.

The school now offers classes on beekeeping, goat keeping, Zumba, motorcycle safety, cake decorating and vegetable canning (in cooperation with Cooperative Extension Services). Traditional classes such as pottery making, sewing, portrait and creative painting, photography, quilting and sign language continue to be available.

She asked attendees to let her know about anyone interested in a class not currently offered and she would attempt to find a qualified instructor. Club members made several suggestions and expressed interest in taking specific classes.

The invocation was given by Marty Smith, club president, followed by a meal. After the presentation, The club conducted their regular business session, adjourning with the Club Collect.

The club conducts its monthly dinner meeting on the third Thursday of every month in the Foundation Board Room at Maria Parham Medical Center in Henderson. Call (252) 438-6732 to make reservations.