Councilman Kramer and Canaan Community Development Corporation to Sponsor Computer Literacy Classes for Senior Citizens
Wednesday July 25, 2007
Louisville Metro Council
For Immediate Release
Stephen Haag, Jr.
574-1204 / 645-1752
Louisville, KY – Metro Councilman Kevin Kramer (District 11) and the Canaan Community Development Corporation are sponsoring their second Computer Literacy Classes for Senior Citizens of Metro Louisville. Seniors will be given computer instruction once a week for four consecutive weeks starting September 11, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. Each class will last approximately 2 hours and will take place at Canaan Christian Church (2840 Hikes Lane).
"You’re never too old to learn…computer literacy for older adults is an essential skill that will positively affect their quality of life. "
- Relia Bailey, Executive Director, Canaan Community Development Corporation
“We received a positive response from our first class of participants. Because of demand, we have decided to host a second class this fall. Our mission is to make participants more comfortable using the computer, even if it is just to e-mail their children and grandchildren.”
- Kevin Kramer, District 11 Metro Councilman
Computer Classes will focus on computer basics, using e-mail and the internet, internet banking and how to use Metro Louisville’s website. Space for this FREE course is limited to 15 persons. Senior Citizens interested in participating are asked contact the Office of District 11 Councilman Kevin Kramer at 574-1111 to reserve your spot. To maximize learning, participants are asked to attend each class in the series.
Kevin Kramer (R) 11