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Dyker Heights Civic Association, Senator Marty Golden and Councilman Vincent Gentile are seeking three to four college or graduate students or confident, outgoing and patient Internet users for Tuesdays and⁄or Thursdays throughout August, to teach seniors in the community the basics of Internet, Web site navigation and email.

Help seniors in the community stay in touch with their loved ones, and engaged in civics. Dyker Heights Civic, Golden and Gentile are also seeking four to eight teaching assistants.

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