SUNSET GAP- Sunset Gap Community Center Director Jonathan Pflug said on Tuesday that the community center is now ready to open up its Sunset Gap Community Computer Lab.
"This computer lab has been made possible by grants from the East Tennessee Foundation
, East Tennessee Presbytery, and a little labor of love from supporting churches including Union Baptist of Newport
said Tina Hubachek gave up a Saturday to help move and set-up the 10 computer systems that will be available for anyone at any age who wishes to learn how to use a computer.
"Thomas Alva Edison, who was an American inventor that patented more than 1,000 inventions said opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work," said Pflug
said using a computer may seem like work, but it's actually very fun.
"I hope everyone will come and join us at the center and learn how computers operate," said Pflug
."The classes are free and we hope to see you there." Pflug will be the instructor, but special quest instructors will also teach the class as well.
If you are interested in attending contact Pflug at (423) 623-4313 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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