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• Do you feel left out when it comes to using a computer? Do you want to learn the basics but just don’t know where to begin? The Adult Education Program at Pellissippi State Technical Community College is providing a series of free classes designed just for you. Computer Skills for Beginners is for people who barely know how to turn on a computer. The class teaches students computer terminology, word processing, how to use the Internet and send e-mail and how to create and use simple spreadsheets. Classes meet three hours, twice a week for three weeks. Class size is small, so there is a lot of hands-on attention and plenty of time to practice new skills. The class and all materials are free. For more information or to register, call 865-694-6454. Space is limited.

• South College honored Farragut residents Jonathan Grindall and Marina Prutskova for outstanding academic achievement at its recent graduation ceremony. Grindall received the Imaging Sciences Outstanding Student Award. Prutskova was presented the Legal Studies Outstanding Student Award. Earlier this month, 144 students graduated at a ceremony in the Tennessee Theatre. During the ceremony, several faculty members and students were recognized for their outstanding work. Radio talk show host Hallerin Hilton Hill delivered the commencement address.

 

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