Community Education Corner: Check out finance, exercise courses in Esko

"Classes are filling up, so if you have interest in signing up for a class, do it quickly," writes Michele Carlson

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ESKO — Esko Community Education is excited to be offering a full line up of classes this fall.

We are even more excited to say that classes are filling up, so if you have interest in signing up for a class, do it quickly. All registration for happens through Eleyo, which is available on our website.

On Thursday, Oct. 6, we are offering the Five Keys to Retiring Fearlessly with Todd Rengo from Thrivent Financial. In today’s volatile market, this class is more important than it has ever been. I took the class a few years ago and am still using the “keys” that I learned. We have another session offered on Nov. 3 if you are unable to make the October date.

Finally, in December, we have the follow up class titled, “Wealth Accumulation.” If you have retirement on your mind for the near or long-term future, you need to attend these free classes.

We are happy to continue offering Zumba with Naomi Christensen. She is an amazing instructor and has grown her following in the area. In Esko, we also offer punch passes to her class so you can miss a few sessions without the guilt. Punch passes are good for the entire school year for those who can only attend classes intermittently.


For those people looking for an exercise class without the cardio component, we are now offering pilates. Kati Bryant is a new instructor offering four sessions of pilates for $48. The class begins Oct. 26. Pilates is a low-impact exercise that works to improve flexibility and ease joint and back pain. Register online through Eleyo!

We look forward to seeing you in class.

"Community Education Corner," published weekly in the Pine Journal, features news from Community Education programs in Carlton County.

Michele Carlson is the Community Education Director for Esko Schools.

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