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Grant helps bridge digital divide for Bledsoe seniors

Bledsoe County Senior Citizens Center received a $50,000 grant from the West End Home Foundation (WEHF) to help bridge the digital divide for Tennesseans age 60 and older, living in Bledsoe County, announced Director JoAnn Britt with the Center. She is hosting a series of ChromeBook computer classes for Bledsoe Couny senior adults and upon completion of the classes, they receive a certificate and a ChromeBook to take home and put to use.

WEHF is a private, charitable foundation located in Nashville whose mission is to enhance the lives of older adults through grantmaking, advocacy and community collaboration. The Foundation serves Middle Tennessee including Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson counties, providing approximately $2 million annually in grants to nonprofit agencies serving older adults.

For more see the August 25 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.

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