We are having great success with our free Basic Computer Classes and low cost advanced classes. There is such a need in this area, but many potential students are afraid. Read what some of our students and former students are saying about the classes:
(1)“I am so happy with what I have learned in these computer classes. I could not even turn a computer on before coming to this class and now I can open up Google to search for different information. I was also very scared of the computer because I was afraid that I would break it, but I feel so much more confident and do not have this fear anymore. I continue to attend every class that I can in order to practice what I have learned and gain more knowledge about computers.”
(2)“I have learned to start up and connect to the Internet through attending these computer classes. Also, I have learned to look up items that I have been interested in learning more information about, such as parts for cars and motorcycles. In addition to learning to search for information about things that interest me, I learned how to make business cards for my business that I run.”
(3)“Attending these computer classes have been inspiring to me. The instructor has given me confidence to use the computer and not be afraid of it. I have learned to send and receive emails, as well as construct spreadsheets. These computer classes have helped to cure my computer phobia and taught me numerous computer skills that I did not know prior to attending the classes.” If you have not taken advantage of this opportunity, please do so now! Future funding is uncertain, so sign up today.
New Audio books include: “The Camel Club” (MP3) and “Hell’s Corner” (MP3) by David Baldacci; “Double Cross” (MP3) and “Cross Fire” (MP3) by James Patterson; “The Sixth Man” by David Baldacci; “Chasing Fire” by Nora Roberts; “44 Charles Street” by Danielle Steel; “Treason At Lisson Grove” by Anne Perry; “20 Years Younger” by Bob Greene; “Mobbed” by Carol Higgins Clark; “Bel-Air Dead” by Stuart Woods; “I’ll Walk alone” by Mary Higgins Clark; “Guilt By Association” by Marcia Clark; “An Amish Love” by Beth Wiseman; “The Journey” by Wanda E. Brunstetter; “The Fifth Witness” by Michael Connelly.
Don’t forget Story Lady @ 2:00pm on Tuesdays! Come join the fun!
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