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Back to computing for Seniors

The Clarence Valley Senior Computer Club advises seniors that their club will reopen on Tuesday August 25.

The club needs to re-open and to achieve that outcome, seniors will need to accommodate some changes and these changes will affect the way the club conducts future classes.

During the forced lock-down,the club’s management has met on three occasions to work out a COVID-19 plan on how best to re-open the club. The club’s COVID-19 policy can be downloaded from the club’s website: www.cvscc.org.au.

All individual classes will open during the reopening plan. The club management is calling on seniors to support the club’s re-opening, as it is just not feasible to remain closed until 2021. Cleanliness and self-distancing are the key to re-opening and all these basic fundamentals have been addressed in our club’s re-opening plan. Seniors who need more information can email the club at [email protected] or phone 6645 4005.Seniors are most welcome and need to become members to attend classes.

 

Bob MacPherson

 

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