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NEW COMPUTER CLASSES:
- Thursdays, September 18th
- Terence Bay ROC Center
- Terence Bay School
- 1 –3 pm
Computer Basics – 5 Weeks Intermediate Level – 5 Weeks Internet/E-Mail – 4 Weeks
Free of Charge/Materials Provided
2008-2009 Girl Guide Registration
Prospect Road District (Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders & Rangers)
When? Tuesday, September 16 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Where? St. Timothy’s Church Hatchet Lake Cost? $77 for the 2008-2009 year (Cash and/or cheque made payable to “Girl Guides of Canada”. Payment is due at time of registration.
The Province is pleased to welcome OmniGlobe Networks to the Broadband for Rural Nova Scotia initiative. OmniGlobe joins EastLink and Seaside Communications to ensure that broadband is available province-wide by the end of 2009. Through OmniGlobe, approximately 1,300 unserved civic addresses scattered throughout rural HRM will have access to broadband. At that point, Nova Scotia will be one of the most connected jurisdictions in North America.
Based in Montreal, OmniGlobe specializes in remote and complex Internet connections. It is a Canadian global telecommunications company that has wireless Internet projects in a number of countries and offices in the United Kingdom, Ontario and Quebec. Currently it is expanding into British Columbia and Nova Scotia.
Barb, a well known member of the community, has worked tirelessly on many projects, boards, committees and other volunteer initiatives, to the benefit of everyone in the community.
She was one of the founding members of the Terence Bay and Area C@P Site (now the ROC) as well as a key proponent in the planning and development of the proposed Prospect Road Community Centre .
Barb has also worked closely with the Seniors Network to ensure our seniors have an active social life.
Although we are confident that Barb will remain an active volunteer at the ROC and within the community as well, her regular presence at the ROC will be missed by all. Enjoy your Retirement Barb, You've Earned it!!
IT WORKS FOR WOMEN (CERTIFICATE UPON COMPLETION)
- Do you feel confident using your computer?
- Do you know what your operating system is & how it works?
- Do you know how to personalize your desktop?
- Do you know how to cut/copy/paste?
- Do you understand basic computer terminology?
- Do you know how to open, close & save a file?
- Do you know how to format your text?
- Do you know what a flash drive/jump drive/CD burner/ floppy disc are?
If you would like to feel better about using a computer & acquire Basic Computer Skills please call: Debbie Currie 240-5592 to register & for info Basics Level Computer Skills starts: Thursday, July 10, 1:00-3:00 pm Terence Bay ROC Centre (school) Classes are free – manuals provided
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