Free computer classes for seniors available

Kaiser Permanente Great Aloha Run offers free basic computer classes to senior citizens (ages 55+) from June to August 2016. Volunteer Coordinator Rene Mansho explains the connection between the well-known run and these classes: “We are more than just a run. Proceeds from the run are donated to local charities- $400,000 annually- and we feel seniors have contributed much to make Hawaii the special place it is, so we want to thank them with these free classes sponsored by the Weinberg  Foundation and Tsuha Foundation.”

 

Classes are for beginners. After you demonstrate mastery of basic skills, you can take intermediate classes in Word, Excel, Power Point, and Internet/email. The teachers will be Dean Uehara and Jack Tengan.

 

Senior citizens 55 can sign up at the Great Aloha Run Office, 418 Kuwili St., Rm. 102, or by contacting Rene Mansho at (808) 291-6151 or at renemansho@hawaii.rr.com.

 

Mansho says it’s first come, first served and classes are filling up fast More at https://www.facebook.com/GreatAlohaRun/posts/388189144713587.

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