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Seniors computer lessons to re-commence

The Clarence Valley Seniors Computer Club wishes to advise all seniors living in the Clarence Valley, that the club is re-opening this year on Monday January 25.

The club also wishes to publically advise that action was taken (by request) to lower the members’ joining age down to 40 years.

The club was founded in 2005 to bring seniors together to learn about computers and digital technology.

To that end the club has advanced, offering members the latest hi-tech facilities to learn in a comfortable, five room, fully air-conditioned club. The club is offering members a secure Covid safe environment that meets all the NSW Health regulations to stay in business.

The club has senior class instructors waiting to welcome new members. These class instructors fully understand that some people 40 years and over can be unfamiliar with digital technology and need special attention to learn.

The Club is located at 48 River Street, Maclean next door to the Civic Hall. The club is open Monday to Friday offering members two class lessons per day, starting from 10am to noon and 1pm to 3pm.

To ascertain more information about the club please phone 6645 4005 during class times, otherwise, you can contact the after-hour number 0423 629 894.

Bob MacPherson