January 17, 2012 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Explore how easy it is to create your own website by “doing it yourself”. Participants will leave the 3-hour, hands-on workshop, with step-by-step instructions on how to create a website on Google sites complete with a workbook for reference. If your business or non-profit is ready to increase its web presence without investing a lot of dollars, Websites DIY is for you.
Presented by Extension Educator, Adeel Ahmed
Registration for class is $10.00, but the $10.00 will be reimbursed for Benton County Businesses and Residents.
To register, call Sauk Rapids Community Education at
For More information contact Benton County Economic Development
Susanne Hinrichs, UMN Extension (218) 851-5768
Sauk Rapids-Rice High School, Room NW 224, Enter at Door 23 - Near the Main Entrance –On the front of the building near flagpoles.
Living Connected in Benton County
Focuses on bringing the full promise of broadband technologies to rural Minnesota.
Living Connected in Benton County is a project partner in the Minnesota Intelligent Rural Communities Initiative (MIRC). MIRC is a coalition of 19 statewide partners and 11 demonstration communities funded in large part through an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant. The work of the coalition focuses on bringing the full promise of broadband technologies to rural Minnesota communities, businesses and people. Blandin Foundation serves as the project administrator.
Why Broadband Is Important To Rural Minnesota!
Hello, my name is Bernadine Joselyn, director of public policy and engagement for the Blandin Foundation in Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
The Blandin Foundation is dedicated to strengthening rural Minnesota communities. That is why we are so focused on the important issue of broadband access and use. We believe that broadband is the new indispensible infrastructure for healthy rural communities.