The center is located 168 S. Main Street adjacent to the library and post office.
This is a no-cost event and is open to the community. Beverages and dessert will be served. Those who wish to attend but have children to care for may do so at the event as crayons and cookies will be provided.
Social media has changed the way that our society communicates. To some people, websites such as Facebook and Twitter are big wastes of time. What a lot of people don’t realize is that social networking can serve many useful purposes and has become, in some ways, a necessary evil.
During the event, the usage of social media for businesses, as well as individuals, will be discussed, as will social media strategies for managing and improving your web presence, even if you don’t own a business.
Guy Harrison will conduct the talk. He is currently an adjunct mass communication instructor at CAC and has been the college’s media and marketing specialist since April of 2010. Harrison has managed the social media efforts of various entities, including collegiate athletic departments and entire institutions, such as CAC.
After the talk, attendees are invited to the computer lab at the Coolidge Center for a hands-on basic computing workshop where the use of email and Microsoft Office programs will be discussed.