The Public Law Library of King County (formerly known as the King County Law Library) has been giving classes on a variety of topics since 2002. The only problem is that class enrollment is limited by the size of the rooms used. In fact the Skiptracing course I took was limited to six people. But according to kcll reference librarian Kim Ositis that is about to change. In addition to the in-person classes which will continue to be offered, classes are being added using the Internet. The new classes use Cisco’s Webex system and are still limited but the limit is now 24 people.
Because classes fill up quickly, it is a good idea to get on the kcll mailing list. Emails are sent out every 2 months listing all classes. To register for a class, you can call (206) 296-0940 or visit kcll in either the King County Courthouse, 516 3rd Avenue, Suite W621 or in the Maleng Regional Justice Center at 401 Fourth Avenue North in Kent.
Solution to Sudoku #5 will be posted next month.
Solve this puzzle the same way you would solve any sudoku puzzle, but instead of numbers 1 through 9, use the letters which spell out PROBATIVE. No letters may appear more than once in each 9-box row or column.
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