DID YOU KNOWYou probably know that we have 27 classes to offer this semester, but did you know that among the presenters of the 11 single session classes, there are four Professors, one Theater Production Manager, a Personnel Manager, a retired CT Supreme Court Judge, a former Director of the CT Prison Association, an Art Museum Director and, of course, everybody's favorite Dr. of Anthropology, Michael Park? Not a bad ALP "staff" huh?
STILL HAVEN'T REGISTERED?You still have plenty of time to register for classes. If you've lost your copy of the ALP Horn newsletter that describes all the courses we're offering this spring, you can view the calendar of courses right here and download the necessary forms to register (see publications/forms above).
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED"The purpose of life is not to be happy - but to matter, to be productive, to be useful, to have it make some difference that you have lived at all." ~Leo Rosten
Without our volunteers, you wouldn't be reading this homepage on ALP's website. There would be no website. You also would not be able to read the ALP Horn or attend any of our classes or listen to guest speakers like Professor Spencer, Rep. Nancy Johnson, Dr. Robert Evans and Dr. William Nieves. There would be no newsletter editor, no Curriculum Committee, and no Membership Committee. There would be no ALP.
If you have an interest in getting more involved with the ALP program, visit our Committees page under the "ABOUT US" tab above for a brief description of each committee's functions. After you identify which committee or position could possibly be a good match for your interests, skills or experience, contact our Administrator, Bertina Williams, 860-380-5038 or email@example.com. Bertina will put you in touch with the appropriate Director.
NEW PHOTOSThanks to volunteers Ed Raymond and Jim Yaeger, we have a new set of photos from the Spring Preview Meeting. And, of course, there's still a collection of photos from previous years in the PHOTOS archives.