|Written by Helen Kaverman|
|Monday, June 28, 2010 6:10 AM|
Who said: “You can’t teach an old dog, new tricks”? I’m 78 (soon to be 79) and I’m gaining a little more computer knowledge every day. So there’s hope for anyone.
Each time there’s a computer crash class, I go….almost each time. Ruth Wilhelm, the local history director for the Putnam County Library has given classes on Ancestry.com, Heritage Quest and Family Search.com. Family Search is the web site for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, better known as the Mormons.
I thought I could use some one-on-one lessons from Ruth, so I went to the Local History Room in the Fort Jennings Library on the hottest day of the year, Wednesday. That air conditioner was just about the most comfortable around so I stayed for hours. Then the weather radio started buzzing with storm warnings. I got out of town right before those strong winds came through Fort Jennings and took the roof off “The Fort”, landing on Vetter Builder’s Supply.
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