Learn about email filing, attachments, rules, out of office replies and signatures at a technology session organised by the Hills and Districts Chamber of Commerce seniors’ committee next month.
Chairperson Judith Heindorf says the committee drives initiatives to engage the energy and talents of seniors for the Chamber and general community’s benefit, with activities not just for seniors and not just for Hills Chamber members.
Graham “The Tech Tutor” McDermott will lead the session focusing on emails on February 8 from 10.30am-12.30pm.
Graham’s sessions, which aim to help seniors build a better relationship with technology are held on the second Wednesday of each month at the Arana Leagues Club.
Each session is limited to 12 participants and costs $15.
To book for February, click here.
The seniors’ committee’s free Over the Hills Art Group returns from February 3.
The group, led by teacher Julie, meets each Friday from 10am-noon at the Everton Hills PCYC.
Julie provides lessons in a mix of media and styles and participants can bring their own art materials or use those supplied.
Other activities on the agenda for the month include board games and cards mornings, accompanied by coffee or tea.
To find out more phone John on 0448 186 115 or Carolyn on 0448 328 914.
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