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Do you know the difference between what the City does and the what the County is responsible for?  Now, you can enroll in the Deschutes County College and learn a lot about what Deschutes County spends your tax dollars on. County Public Information Officer Anna Johnson says they make the classes fun for everyone, and there are field trips. “We realize that we're dealing with a slightly dry topic, so we really encourage our department heads and staff to make things as interactive as possible. Last year, our Road Department really did a nice presentation. We toured all of their garages, and they had all of their equipment fully lit up." Johnson says the classes meet each Tuesday from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. beginning September 6th through November 8th. The class is free and dinner will be provided. You can apply for the college at the Deschutes County website; deadline is this Friday (8/19).

 

 

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