The Continued Learning Program at the University of Mount Union Kicks-Off 2017 Season this February

January 23, 2017

ALLIANCE, OH—The Continued Learning Program (CLP) at the University of Mount Union, which are all free and open to the public and feature a variety of presentations and current perspectives, kicks off the 2017 season on Tuesday, February 7 in the Alumni Room of the Hoover-Price Campus Center (HPCC) with Joe Mazzola, city Planning and Development Director, speaking on attracting businesses to the Alliance area and the Block Grant program.

The second event takes place on February 14, in the Newbold Room in HPCC with presenter Ruth DeFranco discussing the benefits of therapy dogs. The remaining CLP sessions for this month include Mayor John Oliver of the Stark County Sheriff’s Office speaking on February 21 regarding the heroin epidemic, and Lynda Slack and Amanda Swank providing updates on February 28 concerning Habitat for Humanity.

These remaining CLP sessions will also take place in the Newbold Room of the Hoover Price Campus Center at the University of Mount Union. They are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Abby Honaker at (330) 829-8168 or via email at

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