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Learn computer skills free from 4-H Tech ChangeMakers

Local 4-H teens are offering free training for area adults interested in gaining new skills in technology.

4-H teens will teach an introductory session in Cathlamet at the River Street Meeting room, 25 River Street, on Saturday, January 29, noon to 1:30 p.m. They will teach an introductory session in Naselle at the Naselle Timberland Regional Library conference room at 4 Parpala Road on Saturday, February 5, noon to 1:30 p.m.

Several Saturday sessions are scheduled through March in both locations covering the following topics: email, internet etiquette, online job searches, technology skills, password safety, and much more. Participants may attend one or all of the sessions free of charge.

For more information, email, or call Carrie Backman at the WSU Wahkiakum County Extension office at 360-795-3278. Four local 4-H teens are part of the nationwide 4-H Tech ChangeMakers program that helps rural communities achieve computer skills and internet access.


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