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AACC, library offering course in foreign policy


A noncredit continuing education course for those 55 and older is being offered in Crofton by Anne Arundel Community College in a program co-sponsored by the county's Crofton branch library.

The class, "Current Issues: Great Decisions," will delve into issues faced by Russia, the Middle East, Indonesia and Africa, and address the effects of those issues on U.S. foreign policy.

The instructor is George Corrigan, a former intelligence officer who has taught history and foreign affairs for more than a decade.

The class will meet from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, except Nov. 8 and Nov. 22, at the Crofton library. Those ages 55-59 pay $40 in tuition, plus a $20 administrative fee for the October-December class cycle and $12 for supplies; for those 60 and older, the $40 tuition is waived.

The library is in the Crofton Shopping Center, at Routes 3 and 424.

Registration has begun. Information: 410-541-2609

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