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2017 Cyber Seniors class graduates recognized

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Francis Tuttle IT student Tonyetta Hooks works on a smartphone with Concordia resident Virginia Olds. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

Francis Tuttle IT student Tonyetta Hooks works on a smartphone with Concordia resident Virginia Olds. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

Residents of Concordia Life Care Community recently celebrated their graduation from Cyber Seniors at Francis Tuttle Technology Center.

The graduation ceremony included remarks from Concordia Executive Director Danny Eischen and Francis Tuttle Superintendent Tom Friedemann.

The eight-week program pairs Francis Tuttle IT students with residents from the retirement community who are interested in learning technology skills.

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<p>Al Werner, a Concordia Life Care Community resident, works with Francis Tuttle IT student Sean Miller to learn new technology skills. [PHOTO PROVIDED]</p>

Al Werner, a Concordia Life Care Community resident, works with Francis Tuttle IT student Sean Miller to learn new technology skills. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

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