No matter your age, the Internet can be a great place to visit.
It can be fun and it lets you keep in touch with friends and family. But for teens without the right tools it can also be a dangerous place. That's why Mesa County Libraries is offering an Internet safety class for teens and their parents.
The first class is this Saturday at 2:00p.m, and another one will be next Thursday the 18th at 5:30 p.m. The courses are free and open to public however seating is limited to 12. To register 683-2456.
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