Celebrating 50 years of adult education. Enjoy recipes like: California Chicken Salad, Chicken Andouille Gumbo, Butternut Squash Stew, Pork Tenderloin Salad, Spicy Hot Vegetable Chili, Bosnian-Stuffed Cabbage… Plus soups, appetizers, breads, desserts, cookies and dozens of other family favorites.
Nearly 200 recipes ~ Only $12
Proceeds from cookbook sales to help repave our parking lot!
Order your Cookbooks Today! Here’s how…
- Drop by our office at 3113 Gasconade St., St. Louis, Mo, 63118
- Fill out order form and send your check for $15 ($12 plus $3 shipping) per book to TDM
The Thomas Dunn Memorials Adult Education Program is a not-for-profit organization committed to enhancing the lives of St. Louis adults through practical application of communication, critical thinking, career training and development, personal growth, family relations, and life skills. We have no tests, no grades – and no tension!
- Convenient location
- Safe, comfortable environment
- Lighted parking
- Handicapped access
- Professional faculty
- Free or low-cost quality education
- Classroom space available for rent
GREETINGS FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Welcome back! At last the elections are behind us. And while congress is still negotiating the fiscal cliff, we are told that our economy is improving; education remains crucial to a future of “new normal” for everyone; and mental health initiatives are finally receiving the attention they deserve. Let’s hope the good intentions pave the road to decisive action. We are pleased to welcome Jill A. Forbes to our board of directors. Ms. Forbes is an attorney and a wealth management advisor for US Bank. She adds representation from a Fortune 500 company to our policy-making team. We appreciate Jill’s willingness to share her time, talent and resources with Thomas Dunn Memorials.
This is the final course catalog for the Adult Education Program. Our offerings for Spring 2013 include the best of the old and the new. St. Louis Community College has graciously agreed to administer our program beginning next semester.
This natural expansion of our collaboration with the college will eliminate the duplication of the administrative functions of scheduling, printing, mailing, enrollment and accounting. The Continuing Education department will schedule the classes at our learning center, include them on the college website, and send a course catalog to everyone in our database and theirs. Members of our faculty and program partners will have the opportunity to schedule their courses according to the college procedure. We are confident the transition, which begins this fall, will be seamless, and our hallmark quality will continue.
We value our ongoing partnership with the City of St. Louis and the St. Louis Community College. Beginning in August, a representative of Thomas Dunn Memorials will be available during all class sessions in our learning center. It is our plan that cost savings from this approach will provide resources for much-needed technology, maintenance and security upgrades at our learning center.
We want Thomas Dunn Memorials to remain a beacon of learning in our neighborhood. Fully aware that no one is indispensable, I will join the 9,999 other baby boomers who retire daily. We hear a lot about it these days and hopefully the reality lives up to the promise. I appreciate the support through the years from our board of directors, faculty, staff, partners, volunteers and participants in what has been a lifelong learning, growing experience for me. I did my best, and it has been my pleasure, to facilitate the same for you.
See you in class,