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A computer is an electronic device that manipulates information, or data. It has the ability to store, retrieve, and process data.

You may already know that you can use a computer to type documents, send email, play games and browse the web. You can also use it to edit or create spreadsheets, presentations and even videos.

With that said, let’s learn some basic features that you can do on a computer.

Your LifeSpan Center, in partnership with Lake Land College instructor James Munger, will host a Computer Basics course on Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m.–noon.

Topics that will be covered are mouse and keyboard use, files and folders and email.

Preregister by calling your LifeSpan Center at 217-639-5150.

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Space is limited to 15 participants and pre-registration is required. We will use desktop computers in our technology room or you can bring your own laptop.

We are also looking for volunteers to work at our front desk and for other upcoming events at your LifeSpan Center. If you interested in volunteering, call 639-5150.

Need a ride? Contact Dial-A-Ride Public Transportation Program at 217-639-5169.

The LifeSpan Center is located at 11021 E. County Road 800N, Charleston. Call 217-639-5150. Come join us each weekday at noon for “Lunch at LifeSpan.”

Peace Meals, sponsored by Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center, are served Monday through Friday at a suggested donation of $3.50. To register, reserve a lunch or learn more, call 217-345-1800.


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