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Trying to live like an adult? These classes will help



NORTH BEND, Ore. — A library in Oregon is teaching classes on how to live like an adult for those who may need a little extra help.

The North Bend Public Library started a new program called Adulting 101, primarily for those between 16 and 25 and people starting to leave home, KCBY reported.

Classes range from financial advice to searching for a job, and learning how to do basic handy work.

The first class last month covered easy cooking skills and how to get creative with cooking in a dorm room. One of the recipes included in that class was making grilled cheese with an iron.

Other classes will teach skills like balancing a checkbook, setting a budget and building credit.

Classes are scheduled to run throughout the summer.

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