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Library Hosts Social Security Class
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 • Posted February 21, 2013

Special Announcement – The computer classes are canceled for February 25 and will resume February 27.

'''Curtis is presenting a special Social Security Class on February 27 at 4:00pm. Social Security rules are changing – no more paper checks will be issued. Find out how to setup your Social Security account online.

Also, did you know we have computer classes every Monday and Wednesday in March? Did you know that you could earn a certificate by coming to the classes from 4-5:30pm? Just come to the library between 11:30 and 5:30 for help!'''

Our beautiful Blanco Library Calendars are now on CLEARANCE for $1 each; please stop by today to pick up your copy. For the month of February, we will be selling special gourmet chocolate bars for $8.50. Buy one for your loved one or for yourself!

For one night only: Sushi Class made available by Ms. Misako. Ms. Misako was born in Japan and came to the United States, where she continues to share her culture with all. She is visiting Blanco for a short time and would like to share the art of making sushi! This program is for ages 15 and up. Be sure to join the fun Thursday February 28th at 4pm!

Upcoming Programs: February 20 @ 4:00pm – Doing More With Word Computer Classes. February 20 @ 2:00pm – Blanco Book Bunch Reading Club. February 25 @ 10:00am – Chair Yoga. February 27 @ 4:00pm – Social Security Computer Assistance. February 28 @ 4:00pm – Sushi Class for ages 15yrs old and up. March 4 @3:30pm – Sunny Monday, reading with our friendly poodle!

Concluding Announcement – Thank you for picking up your bike!

Recently Added Bestsellers: Judgment Call by Judith A. Jance, In Sunlight and In Shadow by Mark Helprin, Live by Night by Dennis Lehane.

As always, remember to check our website at or call us at 830-833-4280 for more information.

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