MCC-Maple Woods receives community education funding from Clay County Senior Services

MCC-Maple Woods recently received $2500 from Clay County Senior Services to support its innovative 50 Forward College program. The program offers lifelong learning opportunities to Northland residents 50 and older, such as courses designed to familiarize participants with new technology, or build good fitness and nutrition habits specific to their age group.

Additionally, Clay County residents aged 60 and older qualify for $30 per semester to be used toward any course in the 50 Forward College program. All that’s required is enrollment through the MCC-Maple Woods Community Education office.

You can see everything that 50 Forward College has to offer at