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Tom Kim, center, gets help from SeniorNet volunteer (Credit: Steve Pfost)

Tom Kim, center, gets help from SeniorNet volunteer Joe Lamagna in navigating YouTube in a class held at one of the organization's Mobile Learning Centers at the Huntington Senior Citizens Center. (May 7, 2013)

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Helping older Long Islanders start exploring cyberspace

Volunteer Diane Asser assists Zinna Etmon, of Central
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Volunteer Diane Asser assists Zinna Etmon, of Central Islip, with her computer during the Advanced Google class hosted by SeniorNet at the Huntington Family Service Center in Huntington. (April 29, 2013)

Tom Kim, center, gets help from SeniorNet volunteer
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Tom Kim, center, gets help from SeniorNet volunteer Joe Lamagna in navigating YouTube in a class held at one of the organization's Mobile Learning Centers at the Huntington Senior Citizens Center. (May 7, 2013)

SeniorNet volunteer Sandie Baron of Woodbury, standing, helps
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

SeniorNet volunteer Sandie Baron of Woodbury, standing, helps Pat Cespedes of Centerport, with searching a website in a class held at one of the organization's Mobile Learning Centers at the Huntington Senior Citizens Center. (May 7, 2013)

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Jeri Usbay of Huntington sits among other volunteers
(Credit: Daniel Brennan)

Jeri Usbay of Huntington sits among other volunteers for SeniorNet at an orientation meeting for new and experienced volunteers held at Harborfields Public Library in Greenlawn. Usbay been volunteering with SeniorNet for three years. (May 3, 2013)

New and experienced volunteers with SeniorNet, an organization
(Credit: Daniel Brennan)

New and experienced volunteers with SeniorNet, an organization that works to educate seniors on computer technology, attend an orientation meeting at the Harborfields Public Library in Greenlawn. (May 3, 2013)

Nina Saporita, 64, of Elwood, has been a
(Credit: Daniel Brennan)

Nina Saporita, 64, of Elwood, has been a volunteer with SeniorNet for the past six years. Here, she sits among other volunteers, new and experienced, during an orientation meeting at the Harborfields Public Library in Greenlawn. (May 3, 2013)

Volunteer instructor Bernie Gershen explains items on the
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Volunteer instructor Bernie Gershen explains items on the computer to Linda Huber of Huntington during the Advanced Google class hosted by SeniorNet at the Huntington Family Service Center in Huntington. (April 29, 2013)

Nick Radesca, a volunteer with SeniorNet (and CFO
(Credit: Daniel Brennan)

Nick Radesca, a volunteer with SeniorNet (and CFO and treasurer of Business Development Corporation), comments during an orientation meeting for new and experienced volunteers at the Harborfields Public Library in Greenlawn. SeniorNet is a volunteer organization dedicated to educating seniors about computer technology and the Internet. (May 3, 2013)

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Volunteer Diane Asser assists Lew Siegel, of Melville,
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Volunteer Diane Asser assists Lew Siegel, of Melville, with his questions in the Advanced Google class hosted by SeniorNet at the Huntington Family Service Center in Huntington. (April 29, 2013)

Slava Vero, co-coordinator and a founding member of
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Slava Vero, co-coordinator and a founding member of SeniorNet, works at her desk at the Family Service Center in Huntington. (April 29, 2013)

Milan Rigel of Huntington Station, center, gets help
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Milan Rigel of Huntington Station, center, gets help from SeniorNet volunteer Gary DiPinto of Huntington with browsing a website in a class held at one of the organization's Mobile Learning Centers at the Huntington Senior Citizens Center. (May 7, 2013)

Instructor Bernie Gershen works from his computer to
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Instructor Bernie Gershen works from his computer to explain the nuances of the search engine in his Advanced Google class hosted by SeniorNet at the Huntington Family Service Center in Huntington. (April 29, 2013)

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