Wired Road service appreciated

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I am writing to express my sincere appreciation for The Wired Road Authority providing broadband in Southwest Virginia.
I am particularly grateful for the Grant Community Computing Center in Troutdale.
Not only does the center provide the community with free broadband computer usage, but it also offers free classes ranging from typing and digital photography to Internet and Microsoft Word basics, as well as genealogy, eBay for Business, and even Facebook classes.
What’s more is the personal assistance offered to individuals working on particular projects. Director Scarlett McGrady has been an incredible resource in helping me to format a tri-fold business brochure as well as giving feedback on and refining the design of my business cards.
My other option was to pay someone to help me figure this out.
Her attention, care, computer knowledge, professional manner, and people skills are an invaluable asset to the Wired Road Authority.
Scarlett creates a non-intimidating, inviting, and supportive atmosphere at the Grant Community Computing Center.  This can mean the world to folks who are both just beginning to explore the use of computers as well as to those wanting to expand upon their current skills.
Praise for the Wired Road Authority and the Grant Community Computing Center, a much-needed and priceless resource to Grayson County residents. I thank you.
Catherine King
Mouth of Wilson