Beginning Computer Class for Adults starts Aug. 7 in Ramona Library

Ramona resident David Baker will teach a Beginning Computer Class for Adults in Ramona Library from 5 to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting Aug. 7.

The computer fundamentals class will continue through Thursday, Sept. 13. Attendees may bring their laptops or use library computers.

Signups are required at the library, 1275 Main St., or 760-788-5270.

Class participants will learn computer basics, email, Internet use, improve their job skills, and more.

The classes are free.

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