PALS Winter 2021 Program Announcement

PALS (Perimeter Adult Learning Services) is pleased to announce another exciting lineup of classes for the Winter 2021 session running for 8 weeks on Mondays AND Wednesdays beginning January 11, 2021 and running through March 3, 2021. The classes will again be virtual using the Zoom platform. The lineup of classes is as follows:
Mondays from 10:00 – 11:00 am — The Vice-Presidency: A Heartbeat Away — Kathy Vail and Shirley Jurczyk will be discussing the evolutionary relationship between the Vice-President and the President from the time of Eisenhower/Nixon to Biden/Harris with all the behind the scenes drama.
Mondays from 11:15 am – 12:15 pm — “Through the Lens of Behavioral Science” — Shai Robkin will continue to explore different events and phenomena in the world through the lens of behavioral economics and social psychology. The class will focus on how human beings confront the challenges of modern society and how they make decisions, both large and small.
Wednesdays from 10:00 – 11:00 am — “Behind the Scenes at the Atlanta Journal Constitution” –Editor-in chief Kevin Riley along with other editors and various staff members and reporters of the AJC will discuss their roles at the paper, including topics such the future of print journalism, sports, education, investigative reporting, visual journalism and food and dining.
Wednesdays from 11:15 am – 12:15 pm — Eat Healthy Live Longer, Stay Strong — Dieticians from Northside Hospital will present classes on nutrition basics, how to keep your heart healthy, how to prevent cancer, nutrition and exercise and how to deal with pre-diabetes and diabetes.
The cost is $55 for all classes for the 8 weeks. Registration and payment must be made on the PALS web page ( where further information, including a more detailed description of each class and the presenters can be found. If there are any questions please contact Iris Katz, PALS Administrator by calling the PALS office at 770-698-0801 or by email at


Iris Katz
(770) 698-0801