Tech Workshops for Seniors at the Madison Public Library

Senior Citizens from the area are invited to attend one hour classes at the Madison Public Library on Wednesday, June 2nd. Students from Madison High School will be teaching 1-hour workshops on E-mail, Beginning Internet Use, and Digital Photography.

These FREE workshops, taught by students who understand and love technology, are available only to Senior Citizens. The project is a part of the high school's Volunteer Day of Service, an annual event which was formed to give students the opportunity to share their talents with the community. Teachers from the high school will oversee the students as they teach the senior citizens. The workshops will take place at 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 12:45 p.m.

Space is limited in each of the workshops, so registration is required by Friday, May 28th. To register, or for more information, contact Carrie Thompson in the library's programs department at 973-377-0722.

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