?Health Boosters: Old-time Music, Humor and Olive Oil? will be the theme for Lifelong Learning, Friday, March 28.
The session begins at 9:45 a.m. in the Wohlge?muth Music Education Center at Tabor College.
Featured presenters will be Don and Connie Isaac of Hillsboro, who will show how the ?good fat? in olive oil is produced, and Al Schmidt, a behavioral educator for the past five years at Via Christi?s Family Medicine Residency Program in Wichita.
Schmidt?s topic will be the health benefits of humor. He also will perform nostalgic music on a 12-string guitar, accompanied on key?board by Mar?lene Fast, Tabor alumni director.
Schmidt grew up in rural Lehigh and earned a bachelor degree from Tabor College in 1972. He is licensed in clinical social work and marriage and family therapy.
The Isaacs spent their early years in California, Don on a potato and cotton farm near Shafter and Connie on a raisin farm near Reedley. In 1980, they moved to Hillsboro, where Don became chair of the business depart?ment at Tabor.
The Isaacs were able to purchase most of Connie?s family farm in Reedley during the ?60s and ?70s. In 2006, they planted olives on six acres of land. The Isaacs? presentation will include products made from their olives.
The public is welcome to attend all Lifelong Learning programs and may register at the door. Fees are $4 per session or $15 per semester, or $29 per couple. After the session, participants may enjoy lunch in the Tabor College cafeteria at the discounted price of $4.