An Adult Education program will be coming to Three Forks. Starting in January, Three Forks adults will be able to enroll in classes designed to teach new skills and hobbies. For a minimal fee, residents could take up dancing, computer science, or whatever they are hoping to learn. Right now, its organizers Robert DoBell and Linda Hessen are listening to any suggestion from the community for class ideas. When the program starts, they are hoping to have around 8 to 10 classes offered, all based on the suggestions of Three Forks adults. Start up money for the program will come from the city’s adult education mill levy. Three forks’ residents can look forward to learning the skills they have always wanted, but never had the time or resources to achieve.