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Computer classes offered

May is the month designated for special recognition of older Americans. One of the clubs organized in Rowan County to serve older Americans is the RH Computer Club.
The members invite anyone 55 and older who is interested in computers to visit the club from 10-11 a.m. any Thursday at the Rufty-Holmes Senior Center, 1120 Martin Lutheran King Jr. Ave. The club will soon celebrate its 16th year. The Computer Club provides a forum to help members adapt to changes in technology by providing information on the latest programs and equipment.
Information is projected on a large screen so all members can follow the speakerís explanations. The club owns its own equipment. The fee is $24 a year for one person and $36 for couples. The fee can be prorated by $2 a month for singles and $3 for couples. The new club year begins in October.

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