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Hurstville Seniors Computer Club

On a recent visit to the Hurstville Seniors Computer Club, Member for Oatley Mark Coure presented a $1000 cheque on behalf of the Premier and NSW Government.

"The $1000 grant will go towards maintaining the facilities of the Club and will assist the Club purchase new technology" said Mark Coure.

"In today's fast changing and dynamic society, it is crucial that we all become lifelong learners and learn how to adapt with the changes in society".

"The emergence of the computer is undoubtedly the most significant development of the late 20th and early 21st century."

"This makes being computer literate one of the most important skill sets in today's world and the Hurstville Seniors Computer Club is doing an excellent job within our community to teach these skills"

"I encourage more people within our area to get involved with clubs like this." Mr Coure concluded.

If you are interested in joining the club or would just like more information, the Club can be contacted by telephone on 9522 6956. Classes run during the day at Hurstville Senior Citizens centre located at 91 Queens Rd Hurstville.