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Computer Technology Information Day set for Thursday morning at Rufty-Holmes Senior Center

SALISBURY — The Rufty-Holmes Senior Center Computer Club will hold its annual “Computer Technology Information Day” from 10 a.m.-noon Thursday at the center, located at 1120 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.

The public is being invited to attend and learn tips on the newest technology devices and social media security.

You may bring your own devices such as cellphones, tablets and digital cameras. Also get to know more about the programs for older adults at Rufty-Holmes Senior Center.

Information vendors on hand Thursday will include Catawba College business students, Simple Solutions of North Carolina, Rufty-Holmes Computer Club members and their class instructor. City of Salisbury representatives also will attend to explain Nixle.

Pre-register by calling 704-216-7714.

The senior center’s computer club meets Thursday mornings, and its objective is to help older adults become more familiar with the digital world of their grandchildren and, during the holiday season, even help them in choosing an appropriate gift of a computer-related device.

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