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BYU Continuing Education offers adult religion courses winter semester

Brigham Young University Continuing Education will offer two religion classes for adults during winter semester 2008.

Joseph F. McConkie will teach a course on “Doctrine and Covenants, Part Two” from 7 to 9 p.m. every Tuesday evening through April 22 (except Feb. 19 and March 25) in 2254 Conference Center.

Richard N. Holzapfel will discuss “Great Teachings from the Book of Mormon” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday evening through April 9 (except Feb. 20 and March 26) in 2254 Conference Center.

Tuition for each course is $18 or $16 for senior citizens age 62 and older. Registration is available at the door on the first day of class for those who arrive at least 15 minutes early.

The BYU Conference Center is located northeast of the Marriott Center, and plenty of free parking is available.

For more information, call Continuing Education at (801) 422-8925.

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