The Northern Center for Lifelong Learning (NCLL) will present a Woodworker’s Rally with two six-week sessions January through April. NCLL is an organization that offers various educational classes and activities for its members. The class will be taught by Carl Moore, a former NMU instructor who has been teaching woodworking classes for the NCLL for more than 14 years. “The desire for senior [citizens] to have a woodworking class started this program over 14 years ago,” Moore said. Through informal instruction, participants will be able to figure problems out on their own and ask for help when needed. “All skill levels are welcome to join the class,” Moore added. Classes will be held in the Jacobetti Center in Room 137 every Monday from 9 a.m. to noon. The first session will run from Jan. 21 to Feb. 25 and the second session will run from March 10 to April 14. The cost for an NCLL membership is $20. The cost for one six-week session, with an active NCLL membership, is $30. A non-member can register for the woodworking class for $60 per session. Participants can bring their registration information and money on the first day of class. To register for the Woodworker’s Rally, contact NCLL headquarters at 227-2979 or e-mail [email protected] with further questions.