Computer assistance for community members
The Jamestown library has an on-going program of computer assistance to members of the Jamestown community.
The program takes place on Monday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon, and has been running since May.
Robert Edgar, a retired information technology specialist, is available at the library to provide help with information about computers. From the basics of getting started, to signing up for an e-mail account, to downloading software, Edgar can guide people through most problems. The service is free on a firstcome, first serve basis.
For those with particular needs, call the library prior to the Monday session so Edgar can prepare to answer specific questions. For more information, call the library at 423- 7280.