New driver safety course at Eagles

Other AARP classes set through April

PORT ORCHARD — Drivers looking to brush up on their driving skills are encouraged to sign up for a smart driver course Jan. 20-21 at the Port Orchard Eagles Club.

The two-day course is sponsored by AARP. It will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. both days. Attendance is required in order to receive an AARP Smart Course certificate, which will authorize a discount from most insurance companies, according to Ed Evans, the course’s instructor.

Registration is not required. The cost for the two-day session is $15 for AARP members, $20 for non-members.

The Port Orchard Eagles Club is at 4001 Jackson Ave. in Port Orchard.

Other courses have been scheduled for Bremerton and Port Orchard. On Wednesday, Jan. 23, a two-day course will kick off at First Christian Church in Bremerton, 811 Veneta Ave. Seating is limited and registration is requested by calling 360-373-2444.

Courses are being prepared for Feb. 4-5 at Canterbury Manor in Bremerton, 360-377-0113; Feb. 13-14 at Manchester Library, 360-895-0305; March 7-8 at The Pearl in Bremerton, 360-377-3010; March 13-14 at Park Vista, 360-871-2323 and April 8-9 at Nipsic Senior Center in Bremerton, 360-473-5357. Times and registration information can be obtained by calling the location telephone number.

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