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Local Education

June 4, 2014

Middletown Library offers adult computer classes

MIDDLETOWN — Ongoing adult computer classes are available at the Middletown Public Library. And, a new class on Windows 8 will help people navigate the newest personal computers.

Classes include Beginning Computing, Intro to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Intro to Windows 8. The instructor is retired Shenandoah High School teacher Jane Young.

Classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 3 p.m. and cost a total of $10. The classes are small and students sit at library computers or they can bring their own laptop if desired.

“Seniors are really comfortable with Jane and enjoy the classes a lot,” said Director Teresa Dennis. “We think it is a fantastic opportunity with a great teacher. The small class size is ideal for personal instruction.”

If you are interested, visit the library at 780 High St. or call the library at 354-4071. You do not have to be a patron of the library to take the classes.

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