ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) - Opportunities to continue your education in our community are not all going away.
Earlier this year, Western Technical College stopped offering non-credit classes like photography and foreign languages. A declining attendance and financial reasons are to blame.
The Onalaska Parks and Recreation Department has stepped up to continue the Spanish classes. "There's just a strong need in the community. Spanish is something that's very common in the United States, and especially in our area, there are a lot of needs for it," said Marcus Aumann from Onalaska Parks and Rec.23524108
The first session starts next month and costs $72.
For more information including how to sign up, just go to the city's website: cityofonalaska.com.
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