Course Listing - by Instructor

NameBiography
Jane Baldwin Jane Baldwin is a seamstress, costumer, teacher, event planner and self-taught Jill of all trades. October is her favorite month and Halloween is her favorite holiday. Prior to her steampunk Doctor Who ensemble, Jane enjoyed cosplaying as Marie Antoinette and Xena: Warrior Princess.
Kaylissa Beale Kaylissa Beale has been crocheting since she was seven and has taught crocheting in a group setting.
Sherrie Beckman Sherrie Beckman has 17 years of experience as a fitness consultant and has been a yoga practitioner for over 11 years. She has learned that yoga promotes physical and emotional health and is grateful to be able to teach yoga. Sherrie is also an investment representative for Edward Jones.
Dale Brege Dale Brege has had a life-long career as a biologist with Michigan State University, State of Wisconsin, and the Federal Government (US Forest Service and NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service). He has made numerous professional and personal presentations to a wide variety of audiences and is an avid hiker.
Paul Burris Paul Burris is an attorney that practices in the field of Elder Law in the Lewis-Clark Valley at the law firm of Creason, Moore, Dokken & Geidl, PLLC. *
Paula Coomer Paula Coomer is the author of seven books including the novels, Dove Creek and Jagged Edge of the Sky, and the food memoir Blue Moon Vegetarian. A former long-time instructor of writing at Washington State University, she lives and writes in Clarkston, where she coordinates a writing retreat program known as Clearwater Writers.
Rachael Eastman Rachael Eastman received her Master of Fine Arts from the University of Idaho in 2007. Besides teaching adult workshops and children's classes, Rachael is also the art teacher at Sacajawea Junior High in Lewiston.
Judy Elliott Judy Elliot, a judge at the Garfield County Fair, has been crocheting since age five and has taught individuals and groups how to crochet.
Sister Carlotta Fontes OSB Sr. Carlotta Fontes is a Master Herbalist and tender of the Monastery gardens. She makes salves, soaps, and balms among other healing items.
Pres Funkhouser Preston (Pres) Funkhouser is a retired US Army Colonel with experience in counter intelligence, survival and anti-terrorism. He taught survival, evasion, resistance and escape (SERE) training at Ft. Bragg. He earned an MA in Political Science and BS in Industrial Management, and served as the US Army Attache' to the US Embassy in Norway.  Pres was an advisor and/or security planner for the Olympics in Los Angeles, Korea and Norway.  Now retired, he provides tracking training for Search and Rescue units and he participates in searches and crime scene analysis for the county sheriff and state Fish & Game officers.
Janice Gobbi Janice Gobbi, a Certified Quickbooks Pro Advisor, has been teaching QuickBooks and advising small businesses for over 20 years and has taught for both LCSC and BSU. Her accounting, small business, and tax professional experience will help answer your Quickbooks questions.
Lynne Guillot Lynne Guillot is an award winning art photographer who specializes in outdoor, travel and macro photography. Her work has been seen in many Pacific Northwest galleries and exhibits. Her background also includes program development and teaching.
Joel Hardin Joel Hardin spent 25 years with the US Border Patrol before starting a tracking training and consultation business. He has participated in significant criminal investigations and missing person searches including the Green River serial murders. He has been recognized as a tracking expert by federal and state court systems and has assisted the National Association for Search & Rescue in development of tracking standards and certifications.
Danielle Hardy Danielle Hardy has worked for the LCSC Orofino Outreach Cneter for 15 years. She is a community volunteer that helps local non-profits with their projects thorugh local fundraising and grants for over 20 years. Danielle enjoys teaching others so that they can also help improve their own communities.
Andena Hibbard Mont & Andena Hibbard dance four to five nights a week. They have been teaching dance for three years. They understand being new to dancing and feeling hesitant to be on the dance floor.
Mont Hibbard Mont & Andena Hibbard dance four to five nights a week. They have been teaching dance for three years. They understand being new to dancing and feeling hesitant to be on the dance floor.
Alyssa Hopkins Alyssa Hopkins is curious and not afraid to try new things. In the last two years, she has dabbled in pastels, watercolors, acrylics, scratch board and alcohol inks. She also loves working with fused glass and tile painting.
Idaho Forest Group Idaho Forest Group Lewiston is a major private employer in Nez Perce county. They are proud of their employees and are always looking for smart, ambitious people who want a career with a progressive, top tier company.
Bill Jollymore Bill Jollymore, Owner/Operating Manager, and son, Executive Chef Aaron Jollymore, have been in the food and beverage business for many years and love to share their talents with others at their restaurant, Jollymore's: A Dining Experience. This father/son team work wonderfully together.
Dena Jones Dena Jones has a BA in Elementary Education from Idaho State University and a Masters in Education from the University of Idaho. She is currently the reading specialist at Lapwai Elementary School. Previously she has been a certified dyslexia testing specialist.
Elsie Kettenburg Elsie Kettenburg began sewing and quilting by age nine. She enjoys sewing some of her own clothes, makes curtains, alters clothes for others, and even makes her own patterns. In addition to teaching for LCSC, she accepts private sewing students who wish to learn more about sewing or making patterns.
Taffy Kettenburg Taffy Kettenberg, a former teacher, has been working with the fiber arts for over 20 years. She's currently raising sheep, shearing them, dyeing and spinning the wool, and using it to create art and wearable products.
Peg Kingery Peg Kingery is a member of and fly fishing instructor for programs sponsored by Kelly Creek Flycasters and Clearwater Fly Casters. She is also a member of Fly Fishers International, secretary of the Western Rocky Mountain Council and fly fishing instructor for Casting for Recovery North Idaho/Eastern Washington.
Carrie Kyser Carrie Lynn Kyser is a life-long learner and avid designer and artist. She has almost 20 years experience in acrylic painting and recently was the featured artist for the National Lentil Festival poster.
Vikki Landmark Vikki Landmark grew up swimming in the rivers of Idaho, spending time as a lifeguard and practicing synchronized swimming in college. Vikki's true passion is scuba diving. She is a dive master and teaches diving classes during the summer months. Vikki has been teaching water aerobics several years at the pool in her hometown of Kamiah, Idaho.
Rick Laws Rick Laws has studied a number of meditation practices over the last 18 years.
Barbara Leachman Barbara Leachman, Director of the North Central Idaho Small Business Development Center, has degrees in both Agribusiness and Business Education. She helps small businesses with marketing, feasibility, accounting, and small business management.
Brandon Lunney
Jonelle McCoy
Gary McEwen Gary McEwen is an Idaho licensed physical therapist.  He graduated in 2000 with a Master’s Degree of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine Florida and in June 2000 he began working for St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics.  He has been in the Grangeville Physical Therapy office since May 2005 where he treats spine related injuries, pre and post-operative rehabilitation, sports injuries and preventative measures chronic diseases.
Lara Morrison Lara Morrison is a parent and native of the Lewiston area who has danced her whole life. She is a certified Zumba instructor and teaches both dance and Zumba at Footnotes Dance in Lewiston and has accompanied the Footnotes Dance Team to Disneyland to perform in the Holiday Spectacular Parade.
John Morrison John Morrison is an Assistant Professor for Natural Sciences & Mathematics for Lewis-Clark State College.
Jenneane Musegades Jenneane Musegades graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver and from the University of Denver College of Law and is licensed to practice law in Idaho and four other states. She has practiced law, specializing in estate planning, for over 20 years.
Luke Nuxoll Luke Nuxoll is an ASE Master certified mechanic with over a decade in several professional aspects of the repair industry, and a classic car enthusiast. He holds an Associates Degree in Automotive Technology from Denver Auto and Diesel College and has maintained his current certifications in all new technology courses. Luke has taught classes to high school seniors in New York, as well as in a monthly seminar to new car buyers in Washington. His years of experience as a service advisor and manager has enhanced his ability to explain complicated systems in an easy to understand approach.
Greg Paris Greg Paris is a fly fisherman and lifelong valley resident.
Lauren Paterson An award-winning radio personality with years of broadcast experience, Lauren Paterson worked as both an On-Air Personality for ZFUN 106 and Radio News Reporter for Inland Northwest News during and after achieving her bachelor's degree in Broadcast & Digital Media from the University of Idaho in 2011. Returning to graduate school to further refine her journalistic and storytelling skills, Paterson earned a Master's Degree in Multimedia Journalism from the University of Oregon, producing two short documentaries that aired on Oregon Public Broadcasting. After years of working on the side with a small clientele, Paterson has recently launched her own Creative Agency focused on media marketing, website design, and technology tutoring. Paterson offers business branding services for small businesses, non-profit organizations, and everyday people, with services ranging from graphic design to video production. Laurens company, Muse Media, is located in the center of Kamiah, Idaho.
Kate Patterson Kate Patterson, a long-time employee of Patt's Garden Center, is an avid gardener who enjoys experimenting with different gardening techniques.
Susan Pettit Susan Pettit has an Art Degree and is a free-lance artist and illustrator with her art business at S. Pettit Gallery in Clarkston. She has worked with watercolor illustrations and calligraphy for 35 years. Her recently written and illustrated book, "Color My World," is filled with samples of her simple yet elegant acrylic floral paintings and calligraphy. Susan also incorporates essential oils daily into her home and health with positive results.
Sister Agnes Reichlin OSB Sr. Agnes Reichlin is an RN and has taken several herb and essential oil classes. She uses oils and herbs in many healing environments.
Keegan Schmidt Keegan Schmidt has taught geology for over eight years and focuses his research on the geologic history of Hell's Canyon and the region around it.
Bernice Seward Bernice Seward is a local children's author who has navigated the waters of self-publishing and has helped other authors do the same. A couple of her e-books have reached Amazon Bestseller ranking.
Idaho County Sheriff's Department Lt. Jerry Johnson has been employed in law enforcement for 22 years, and began working for the Idaho County Sheriff's Office in 1998. He is currently serving as the Investigations Lieutenant.
Suzanne Sittner Suzanne Sittner is a Master Gardner and has been involved in Bonsai for over 15 years in the Seattle area. She brings with her the unique techniques to create works of art from various plants.
Tony Sittner Tony Sittner has been teaching a variety of classes for over 20 years in Idaho, Washington and California. He brings his 30 years of work in the printing industry to students teaching letterpress, book making, paper marbling, paper making and other art forms. An avid traveler and tour guide with over 15 trips to Europe, he also teaches European travel classes to make for a safe and informed trip.
Chris St. Germaine Christina St Germaine holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Minnesota. After spending fifteen years in the field working to better mother nature she made a career switch to work to better the regions communities as an economic development professional. Chris has spent the past decade working to expand telecommunications capacity across the Nez Perce Reservation and surrounding area.. Chris's professional life is driven by forming proactive partnerships that leverage resources to meet identified needs; and, her personal passions revolve around having proudly raised a son who now serve us all in the Armed Forces, managing a local not for profit ski hill and gardening.
Gary Thorgaard Gary Thorgaard has fished locally since 1979 and taught Fish Biology at WSU for over 30 years.
Rick Thorum Rick Thorum has a degree in Physical Geography from the University of Utah. He's worked at the National Parks at Grand Canyon, Death Valley, and Capitol Reef, and at the National Monuments of Cedar Breaks and Tempanogos Caves.
Jan Vogtman Jan Vogtman grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and moved to Idaho in 1985. She is inspired by rural landscapes, old farms and aging buildings with "character." She has taken workshops from well-known artists and in 1998 became interested in watercolor while taking classes at the University of Idaho. She joined Palouse Watercolor Socius (PWS) in 1999 and has participated in over 30 shows. Jan has been accepted into juried shows in the Northwest and had her first solo exhibit of plein air paintings in 2013. She is also a member of Northwest Watercolor Society (NWWS), Transparent Watercolor Society of America (TWSA) and Idaho Watercolor Society (IWS).
Carol Ann Wassmuth OSB Sr. Carol Ann Wassmuth has been a member of the Benedictine community for five decades. Until 1989, she worked in Catholic schools and parishes. Since then, she has coordinated the community's social justice program, led retreats and has actively managed the Monastery's 1000 forested acres.
Carla Wilkins Carla Wilkins is the Grangeville Outreach Coordinator for LCSC. She has traveled to ten foreign countries and to many US cities. She no longer checks a bag and since downsizing, has found traveling much more enjoyable.
Jeff & Carla Wilkins Jeff & Carla Wilkins have been ballroom dancing since the 80's. They have taught a number of dance classes together and Carla taught dancing at Sts. Peter & Paul School for seventeen years.
Elijah Zeida Elijah Zeida has owned and operated Clearwater Computers, LLC for the last seven years. His clients include two local internet service providers, an IT company in North Dakota, as well as serving the Clearwater Region. Elijah has also taught beginning to advanced computer classes on a variety of subjects.