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Posted: 5:05 PM 8/17/2022
We feature one of our courses being offered this fall semester. We give you additional information about the course to let you make an informed decision about whether to register for it.
Posted: 12:28 AM 2022-08-01
The class schedule for the upcoming fall semester has been posted! Click anywhere in this block to go to the new topical index page. We have added this page to make it easier for you to find courses on the topics that interest you. Once on the index page, click any course title to see the details of its schedule and description.
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Review the courses and get ready for the start of registration on August 17 at 9:00 AM. Classes will begin on September 6.
Posted: 11:42 AM 3/28/2022
As of March 28, 2022, wearing a mask in classrooms is optional, per revised guidance from USCA. Individual CLL instructors may request that you wear a mask and/or socially distance in their classrooms.
Posted: 10:15 AM 2/25/2022
The $35 per semester fee brings you benefits in addition to permitting you to register and attend classes. Click here to go to the Member Benefits page to see them all.
Do you have a relative buried in a U.S. military cemetery? Would you like to know who takes care of that cemetery? Carl Fields will cover the extensive system of various types of military cemeteries on U.S. or foreign soil. Along the way, “stories” behind several unusual ones will be highlighted, such as a cemetery managed by the Veterans Administration where each of the 200+ graves is occupied by an officer—of the Confederate Army. The location of this cemetery is also surprising; it is in northern Ohio.
Mr. Fields will also cover what was—during the 1950s—probably the most famous military grave in the nation: General Grant’s Tomb (in New York City, believed to be the largest tomb in the U.S.). A joke question, “Who is buried in Grant’s tomb?”, was asked almost every week on a TV comedy-quiz show hosted by Groucho Marx. The question was seldom answered completely.
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