Take Free Citizenship Classes in Claremore!

Free U.S. Citizenship classes are again being offered by the ​Rogers County Literacy ​Council. Classes are for anyone who would like to become a citizen of the United States. Classes will provide information on all the U.S. Civics information needed for the test, as well as practice for the personal interview. Classes will explain the application process and work on improving English skills.

Currently three classes are scheduled. Class are being held at St. Cecilia Catholic Church on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM each week. A second class will be held on Thursday evenings from 6:00-7:30 at the Claremore Campus of the Northeast Technology Center and will begin on February 7, 2019. A third class will be offered on Wednesday afternoons from 2:45 PM to 4:15 PM at the Catoosa Public Library in Catoosa, and will begin February 6, 2019. All classes will meet weekly until April 26, 2019. Malinda Brown will be the instructor.

Contact Malinda Brown by phone or text at 918-923-1338 or email brownmm70@gmail.com or contact the Rogers County Literacy Council (Edel Godwin, Director) at 918-277-4331 or director@rocoread.org. This opportunity for Free Citizenship instruction is provided by a federal grant administered by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and Oklahoma Museum and Library Services.

For further information contact Malinda Brown or Edel Godwin.

1. Tuesdays & Thursdays at St. Cecilia Catholic Church: 1:30p – 3p
2. Thursday evenings at Northeast Tech – Claremore: 6p – 7:30p
3. Wednesday afternoons at Catoosa Library: 2:45p – 4:15p

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