SeniorNet Community,

SeniorNet Staff and Volunteers

SeniorNet was founded in 1986, when gas was $.93 cents a gallon, the Ford Escort was a popular car and Ferris Bueller's Day Off  was a hot movie for all to see.  
We were founded based on the premise that "sharing wisdom" and "volunteerism" will make our world a better place.  And to this point we are fortunate that so many of you contribute your time and energy to help others learn computer skills, mobile devices and the latest technology.  

We are reaching the 3 million mark for students that have  benefited  from our classes, workshops and seminars...something we can all be proud of.

Thank you for your dedication and service.
There are some of you that have squeezed even more time and energy from your lives to do more with other organizations.
Charlene Kosc, Center Leader for Medina, while doing an outstanding job with her center and supporting Headquarters in pilots such as Distance Learning, she and her husband, Greg are Pet Therapists. They work with Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs, Inc.  a non-profit 501 (c) 3 which evaluates, tests, certifies dogs and their owners as therapy dog teams. 

Charlene and Greg (along with their dog Gunther) visit the  Western Reserve Masonic Community Skilled Unit the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays  and  Samaritan Care Center in Medina the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays  of every month. Both of these locations are Senior Assisted Living Facilities (in Medina) that provide skilled care, therapy and rehabilitation.
Although Gunther maybe the star of the show with his warmth and charm, Charlene and Greg get the Kudos for doing all that they do in reaching out, volunteering and making things better for our seniors.

Thank you - Charlene and Greg
  Happy 4th of July !!



Leslie M. Smith
President & CEO

We appreciate your support to our mission. Teaching computer skills, mobile devices, applications and the latest technology to Seniors, Veterans, Disenfranchised and the Physically Challenged.

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