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    Name: Google/Goodwill Digital Skills Classroom
    Date: February 17, 2020
    Event Description:
    Google/Goodwill Digital Skills Classroom is a mobile unit that provides FREE COMPUTER CLASSES. This is a great opportunity for patrons and employers to improve or gain computer skills necessary for current employees or future employment.
    SIGN UP AND TESTING IS MANDATORY so please stop at the Library any day of the week during open hours and take a 15-30 minute test to determine class placement before April 15th. 
    Two classes will be provided based on your current computer skills. Seating is limited and class times will be announced later.
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    Location:
    Norton Public Library, 1 Washington Square
    Date/Time Information:
    May 4th - class time has not yet been determined
    Contact Information:
    Norton Public Library (785) 877-2481
    Fees/Admission:
    Free
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