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Brief: WECC opens senior computer lab

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Brief: WECC opens senior computer lab
Worthington Minnesota 300 11th Street / P.O. Box 639 56187

WINDOM -- A Senior Computer Lab is being offered on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Windom Education & Collaborative Center (WECC) Computer Lab Room #101. The lab is located at the Business, Arts & Recreation Center, 1012 Fifth Avenue, Windom. The program is developed for persons age 60 and older to learn basic skills and have hands-on time with computers. The Senior Lab program started Feb. 8 and is scheduled through May 23.

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These computer lab sessions have two aspects. On the second Wednesday of each month a basic topic will be taught. On the fourth Wednesday, lab time will be hands-on time for participants to work on anything they have interest in or work further on the lessons. Topics include: learning the basic key functions of the computer, browsing/surfing on the internet, creating a basic word document, and setting up an email account.

A lab instructor will be facilitating the classes. No pre-registration is needed but there is a cost for the program. For more information, call the BARC-WECC office at 831-2375.

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