<h1>The Shepherd\u2019s Center will be offering a full day of workshops entitled, \u201cGood to Go: End of Life Alternatives and Options,\u201d on Thursday, Sept. 21, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Lewisburg United Methodist Church.<\/h1>\r\nThe day will feature speakers on a number of topics related to end of life decision making, including medical, legal, and spiritual considerations for the end of life journey.\r\n\r\nFeatured speakers include Carma Korman from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, retired attorney Jesse O. Guills, Amy Wade of hospice, Rusty Arnold of Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home, Pastor Larryetta Ellis from Edgewood Presbyterian Church, and Board President of the Shepherd\u2019s Center, Ann McClung.\r\n\r\nThe session is designed help you put your affairs in order prior to having a medical crisis. Knowing and making your end of life decisions in advance makes it easier on those who are left behind. Lunch will be included, and prepared for the participants by the Lewisburg United Methodist Women. Five hours of continuing education credits are available for nurses, pastors, and social workers. The cost for classes is $35 and the registration deadline is Sept. 7.\r\n\r\nThe Shepherd\u2019s Center is also offering a fall lineup of \u201cAdventures in Learning\u201d classes in the first week in October, in both Lewisburg and Rainelle. Experience six exciting weeks of programs for adults on a variety of topics including current events, creative writing, crafts, exercise, and much more. \u201cAdventures in Learning\u201d classes provide an opportunity for adults to stimulate their minds and to meet and socialize with others in a friendly setting.\r\n\r\nFor more information on classes, please call 304-645-4196 or contact the Shepherd\u2019s Center by email at email@example.com. The Shepherd\u2019s Center is located at 1133 Washington Street East.