Fort St. John North Peace Seniors Drop In Centre looking for new or used laptops or computers

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The program is a partnership with students from the Bert Bowes Free the Children group, and students with the Christian Life School will also be volunteering their time to help as well.

Seniors will be taught basic computer skills, how to use Skype to communicate with family, as well as finding information online that will allow them to find things such as support services for seniors.

If you’d like to contribute to the cause you can call Pierre Gregoire, President of the North Peace Seniors Drop In Centre at 778-256-2451.

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