Class on retirement alternatives set
"Working On Purpose" will be presented from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Northwest Technical College.
Based on 20 years of research and practice by Richard Leider, author of "Something to Live For," the course is designed for people who want to explore alternatives to the conventional notion of retiring from work.
Instructor Debbie Drinkard Grovum is trained by and affiliated with the Purpose Project, a joint project of the University of Minnesota, Center for Spirituality and Healing and Richard Leider of the Inventure Group.
The fee is $145.
For details, call the Center for Research and Innovation at 755-4900 or 888-738-3224 .
A registration form is available at www.cri-bsu.org/NTC/Reg/Work_on_Purpose_051609_regform.doc.