Wednesday, February 6, 2013
TTC’s Berkeley campus offers free classes
I recently enjoyed one of the free computer classes offered at Trident Tech’s Moncks Corner campus.
The class in Microsoft Word was taught by Antonio Woods, and it was obvious that the students present were learning and enjoying the learning process.
The next day was Mr. Woods' birthday so the class had a party prepared for immediately after the class. With a table laden with delicious goodies and the presentation of a gift to the teacher, I was ready to join the celebration.
If you have an interest or need for more computer information, plan to attend one or more of these classes. There were folks of all ages and backgrounds enrolled who were all actively engaged in learning.
Become a learner again!
An ASVAB test will be given at Cross High School’s JROTC Building on March 1 from 8:15 to 11:15 a.m.
For more information contact MSG.Bobby Matthews at 899-8900, ext. 2203. Do not disturb during the testing, please. Visitors are usually welcome at JROTC except during testing times, but it's always better to call ahead.
Frank Ward had surgery recently and is recuperating at home with Linda's capable assistance.
Mrs. Alberta Sanders was in the hospital when this was written. Berta's friends in and around Cross and those of her sons Eddie and his wife of Greenville, and Al and his friends of Mt. Pleasant, may want to send her notes of encouragement.
Clinton Freeman still has his arm hindering him from doing his usual working and playing for a few additional weeks.
Prayers and wishes are sent to the Barrett family as they continue to assist with the treatments for Chris.
Sympathy is extended to the families of Juanita Crawford Cross whose funeral service was held on last Wednesday. Both of her families are large, the Crawfords around the Macedonia area and the Crosses in the Cross area.
Everyone loved and respected Mrs. Juanita and will miss her.
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