Tables lined the center’s parking lot, stocked full of potteries, homemade goods, and even kettle corn. Agencies including the Timberland Library, Olympia Area Agency on Aging, the U.S. Army, and the GHC itself offered information to the community about available resources.
GHC is offering a multitude of adult and community education courses right here in Raymond this summer, including digital photography, jam-making, gardening, and computer classes. Discounts are also available for those 50 and older.
Summer EDventures offers educational trips for adults around Pacific and Grays Harbor Counties, including a wine and cheese tasting excursion and a Shakespeare tour.
Just a few credits short of a high school diploma? The GHC will help you get high school credits for your work, military, parenting, or foreign experience to help you achieve your diploma. Available in Riverview or Aberdeen.
Flagger training is also available at the campus in Aberdeen, with upcoming classes on June 21, July 12, and August 9. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.