G E O R G I A N C O U R T U N I V E R S I T Y
Celebrating Holistic Foods as
Instructor: Sue Ross
Learn about holistic foods, the history of holistic foods
being used as home remedies instead of traditional
pharmaceuticals, and the benefits of the top holistic foods.
March 14 (Thursday); 9:30–11:30
$20 per MILL member; $45 per non-MILL
Instructor: Esta Singer of s.h.e. Consulting
Learn the importance of Twitter in the world of social
media. Design your own page, learn how to tweet and
how to gain followers, identify content to tweet, and
network with like-minded people around the world.
Participants are encouraged to bring their tablet or smart
phone to the session.
March 23 (Saturday); 9:30
$25 per MILL member; $50 per non-MILL
Special Event: University for a Day
Dorothy Day & the Catholic Worker Movement: Faith & Activism
In 1933, Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin founded the Catholic Worker
newspaper. In November 2012, the
nation’s Roman Catholic bishops voted unanimously to support the
cause of sainthood for Dorothy Day. Join us for a day exploring Day’s
life in faith; the history, principles, and activism of the Catholic Worker
Movement; Day and the Catholic Workers’ views on war, peace, and
militarism; and the art of the Catholic Worker.
April 27 (Saturday); 9:30
$125 per MILL member; $150 per non-MILL member;
includes morning refreshments and buffet lunch.