Zionsville — Boone County Senior Services, Inc. is offering a weekly computer classes at Zionsville United Methodist Church, 9644 Whitestown Road. The classes will be offered from 10 a.m. to noon every Wednesday at ZUMC. Some basic computer knowledge is required. Computers are available for use or personal lap top computers may be brought into class. The classes will be taught by instructor John Paulsrud who is a member of ZUMC. In the 10 years before retirement, Paulsrud worked as a network and computer support specialist at IU Riley Hospital. The cost is $20 per class and registration is required. Class size is limited. Contact BCSSI at 873-8939 for more information or to register.
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