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Coffeeville Farmer’s Market Is Off To A Great Start

By Allyson Coleman

I am happy to announce that the Coffeeville Farmer’s Market is off to a great start!  There have been meetings held in both January and February to discuss specifics, rules, organization, and locations for the market.  Vendor applications for the 2015 Coffeeville Farmer’s Market will be available soon, so keep an eye out for them.  If you were unable to attend either of the previous meetings, but you are interested in the Coffeeville Farmer’s Market please feel free to give me a call at 662-675-2730.

The Yalobusha County’s Community Resource Deve-lopment Program will sponsor an iPad/iPhone training on Thursday, Feb. 29 from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.  This training will teach participants how to use their iPad or iPhone basic settings, multitasking gestures, and the most popular apps.  You will learn how to use iTunes and the app store for all your app needs. 

This training will be hands on, so please remember to bring your own iPad or iPhone.  There will not be any extra devices at the training.  Space is limited to 15 participants.  Please call the Yalobusha County Extension Office by 5 p.m., today to reserve your seat. 

There will be a social media class about Instagram in March.  If you are interested in learning what Instagram is and how it works, come join us- Thursday, March 12 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.  In this class, participants will learn how to set up an Instagram account and learn the interface and basic privacy and security settings of these services. Participants will become proficient in the latest Instagram features, including how to control content that others post on your newsfeed, and find out how to make your Instagram accounts private. 

The class is free of change, but participants must provide their own technology at the class (laptop or iPad).  We hope you will join us.  Space is limited to 10 participants, so please call the Extension Office to register for this program by Wednesday, March 11 at 5 p.m.



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