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Cross County library offers adult computer classes

WYNNE, AR (KAIT)- Cross County library in Wynne is partnering with Connect Arkansas to offer free computer classes for adults.

The class gives adults the chance to learn how to search the Web, put together spreadsheets and check email. The library offered 5 sessions Wednesday with about 5 students in each class.

Participants were also able to work on their resume.

Branch manager, Claire Miller, said they plan to offer more computer classes for adults in the community.

"So many things are online now," Miller said. " Every job application for most businesses now is online."

"People have to have the skills, they have to have an email address, they have to know how to type a resume, so we just want to offer that technology to the community," Miller said.

For information on the next computer class, you can contact Claire Miller at 870-238-3850.

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