Registration opens for Enrichment of Life Movement (ELM) Winter Session on December 3. Classes run January 8 through February 26. The registration deadline is December 17, and is open to residents of Cobb and surrounding counties. Based out of the First United Methodist Church of Marietta, ELM is proud to celebrate its 34th year of serving senior adults. ELM is a unique non-profit, nondenominational learning organization operated almost exclusively by Cobb County volunteers. It offers a full day of classes, a catered lunch, and scheduled lunchtime presentations for active adults age 50 and older. An array of over sixty classes will be offered on consecutive Tuesdays, from 9:30am to 3pm. The Winter 2018 program line-up includes: Qigong, Histories Mysteries (Literature), Line Dancing, Yoga, learn to play card games like Bridge and Canasta to name just a few. Take a class with ELM and discover more about you! The registration fee is $50 per session and students may take up to three classes. A hot lunch is available for $8, but brown baggers are always welcome.

Registration booklets are available at Cobb Senior Centers, all Cobb County libraries and online at starting November 13. For more information, call Kelly Daughtry, ELM Director, at 678-910-1579 or email: First United Methodist Church of Marietta is located at 56 Whitlock Avenue in Marietta 30064.

This article originally appeared in the November issue of EAST COBBER, on page 47. Click here to view the digital edition.