Our Outstanding April Offerings and Spotlight on Our Colonel!

Col. Jim Evans (Ret.)

It’s already April, and we are halfway through the Spring Semester, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any interesting classes left! In the Deepwater Drilling in the Gulf of Mexico class you’ll learn how those big platforms function and what it’s like to be a worker on one. If you are wondering what the benefits are that come after retirement or have questions, the Social Security News class will catch you up! And how in the world did 40 orphans from New York end up in Southern Arizona in 1904? Find out in The Great Arizona Orphan Abduction. Gene Lariviere is also offering several new classes about the Unsung Women Heroes of World War II.

This month we want to highlight one of our most popular presenters, Col. Jim Evans (Ret.), who served for 20 years in the U.S. Air Force as a pilot/instructor and a Tanker Task Force Operations Officer. With over 4,000 hours of flying time, he gives us a unique perspective about those aircraft and the important roles they played in our nation’s defense over the past six decades. He has taught multiple classes on military topics at New Adventures for the past six years and will be presenting classes on Zoom this month.

If you have never taken a Zoom class, it’s easy. We can walk you through it. If you can open an email, you can open a Zoom session! If you need more information or help in registration or Zoom, call 480-857-5500 or email [email protected].