‘True crime’ is Lifelong Learning topic

Harvey County Attorney David Yoder will be the featured speaker at the second spring session of Tabor College Lifelong Learning, beginning at 9:45 a.m. Friday, Feb. 22, in the Richert Auditorium inside Shari Flaming Center for the Arts.

Yoder will take listeners on a journey through the minds of some of Marion and Harvey counties’ high-profile criminals, and will talk about prosecuting the most interesting cases he has handled over the past 16 years.

Yoder was elected to his position in 2002. Prior to that, he was in private practice with the law firm of Ice, Turner and Baer, and served as Harvey County’s first Court Trustee, a position he held for nearly 12 years.

The public is welcome to attend all Lifelong Learning programs and may register at the door. Fees are $5 per session, or $15 per individual and $29 per couple for the full semester.

Participants may enjoy lunch in the college cafeteria after the session at the discount price of $4.