Seniors have a place in Oklahoma City to learn computer skills

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OKLAHOMA CITY-- SeniorNet is the nation's premier and most respected nonprofit organization specializing in computer and internet education for adults 55 and over. There is a chapter in Oklahoma City.

Charlene Francis, George Francis and Bill James with the Computer Club of Oklahoma City visited the KAUT studios to talk about great opportunities for seniors.

The club's learning center is at 3000 Founders Blvd, suit 201. You can check out more of what they have to offer here and here.


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