To the editor:

There was a recent Tele-Talk response to the question of having town meetings in the gymnasium or online, in which a person replied that too many townspeople do not have computers or the financial means for monthly internet access.

I want to take this opportunity to be sure everyone knows that the Gibson Center, with the generous support of the Tufts Health Foundation, has a program called “Equip, Train and Connect.”

We have partnered with the Conway Public Library and Tom Albert of Computer Port to be able to provide free refurbished desktop and laptop PC computers, free training in internet, email, Zoom and TeleHealth and Spectrum has a discounted internet rate of less than $30 a month for those who qualify. We can help you access any or all of these components. The Gibson Center is working hard to keep all seniors and other citizens connected, especially during this time of COVID-19 restrictions. If interested, please call 603-356-3231 and ask for Jill Reynolds.

Marianne Jackson

Madison

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