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Seniors Computer Club resumes operation next week

Seeking help to use your computer, phone or smart television? Then worry no more, as the Clarence Valley Seniors Computer Club is reopening on Monday October 18.

The club is open to all seniors 50 years and over. The club has skilled instructors to help seniors who may have difficulties in understanding digital technology. The senior’s computer club is based in Maclean and seniors throughout the valley are most welcome. The club was established to help seniors to master computers and now especially mobile phones, which have become so much a part of our lives these days. Seniors who are finding it difficult to log onto government websites, downloading information on Medicare, Covid Safe Check or seeking any online information, the senior’s computer club can help. The club has instructors to help in many aspects of digital technology from beginners to seniors who wish to advance their knowledge.  

The club is open Monday and Thursday 10am to 3pm, Tuesday and Wednesday 9am to 4pm.   

You will find the club located at 48 River Street Maclean next to the Civic Hall.

Unfortunately, the club was forced to close during the state wide NSW Covid law shut down. The club will reopen on Monday October 18, to start Term 6, which is the last term for this year. Covid conditions of entry will be in place and the club is registered as a safe public place.

Need more information, phone during office hours on 6645 4005 or visit the website   

Bob MacPherson