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Individually Scheduled Classes

Alli Walker
Friday November 16 | Free.

 Schedule an individual session to meet your computer instruction needs. Accommodations can also be made at your location for groups with a computer lab. Topics include: Microsoft Office programs, First Time Computer Users, Exploring the Internet, Creating and Using E-mail, and Job Searching and the Internet. 



Where: Kenton County Public Library, Covington Branch
Phone: 859-962-4060
Address: 502 Scott Boulevard
Website: www.kenton.lib.ky.us

Kenton County Public Library, Covington Branch

502 Scott Boulevard
Covington, Kentucky
41011
 
The Kenton County Public Library in Covington.
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