Public Housing Promotes Computer Literacy

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I thought this was something worth sharing. I am always impressed with people who despite being a certain age, are always willing to continue learning.

A perfect example of this is my wife’s mom, who recently graduated from college with a Bachelor of Arts degree. It may not seem like a big deal, but my mother-in-law was 79 years old when she graduated (see: 79 Year old Woman Graduates from College)

Here are excerpts from the article:

The Housing Authority of the City of Freeport (HACF) has continued to offer free computer classes, which are open to the public, since November 2011 of last year.

Mary Parker of Freeport, IL (above right) receives her computer training course certificate from Freeport Housing Authority Executive Director Larry Williams and Computer Trainer Jana Monazzami during a ceremony Tuesday at Mary Hosmer Apartments.Thirty-seven participants in the courses received certificates.

A new rotation of classes is set to begin with graduation taking place in late June or early July of 2012. For more information, contact Williams at (815) 232-4171, ext. 1015…[Read the full story on computer literacy]

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