Workin' it out

. October 1, 2013.
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Community Television Network is sponsoring a series of fall workshops for A2 residents that will focus on how to use specific computer programs. The free workshops run through October and include a wide variety of topics, including how to use Final Cut Pro software, social media marketing, an intro to blogging, and intro to the Motion 5 program. There is no cost for these workshops, but attendees must call 734-794-6150 in advance to register.

Many of the workshops require mandatory attendance for multiple sessions, so check online at a2gov.org/ctn for a full schedule. Free. 2805 S. Industrial, Ste 200.

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