December 2016 Class Schedule

 

Saturday, December 3,  9 - 10:30 am    
HOME Room I (Required)

This introductory maintenance class demonstrates the basics of how to repair and maintain a home. It is designed for new homeowners and should be taken in the first month or two after move-in. First time participants receive a toilet auger (snake-like tool).


Saturday, December 10,  9 - 11 am         
Bank On It (Required)

Participants will discuss the pros and cons of banking with different institutions based on literature published by the banks.


Saturday, December 10,  11:15 am - 12:30 pm         
Intro to Homeownership (Required)

Did you just move into your new home? Is there a difference between renting, leasing and owning a home? What should you expect in your first year? This class will answer many of the questions you encounter in the first year in your new home and describe the warranty period in detail.


Tuesday , December 13,  7 - 8:30 pm   
HOME Room II (Required)

This second installment of the maintenance class demonstrates the basics of how to repair and maintain a home. It is designed for new homeowners and it should suggested that it be taken in the first month or two after move-in.


Tuesday , December 13,  7 - 8:30 pm   
Identity Theft - Present by Georgia Watch

Identity theft is a serious crime that can have horrible consequences on your finances, credit history, criminal record and reputation. The emotional impact on victims and their loved ones can also take a terrible toll. Anyone can be a victim. Learn steps to protect your Identity this Holiday season and every day! 


All classes are held at the Atlanta Habitat for Humanity office. For more information, please contact Atlanta Habitat for Humanity at 404-223-5180, or Gabrielle Gaston, Family Services Education Manager at 404-223-5180, ext 177.