Chemeketa Center for Learning in Retirement is open to Woodburn residents ages 50 and over

COURTESY PHOTO: JAN PETROSKI - CCLR members (from left) Joy Brown, Sharon Klupenger, John Young, Donna Stone, Karen Dripps and Jill Marvin enjoy a walk downtown Tuesday.On Jan. 24, the Chemeketa Center for Learning in Retirement (CCLR) group hosted a hike through town. The group walked through the streets of old town Woodburn to Nuevo Amanecer for a talk and tour of the 147-unit complex.

CCLR meets every Tuesday morning of the school year from 9 to 11 a.m.

Winter term classes are "What Makes Woodburn Tick" and "Kettle of Fish," an exploration of far-ranging interests.

Anyone over 50 years old is welcome to join the group. Tuition for the remaining school year is $25.

Classes are held at the downtown Woodburn Chemeketa Campus in Room 7, upstairs. Organizers say, "Just follow the laughter."

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