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    SeniorNet's mission is to provide older adults education for and access to computer technologies to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom. Find out how you can become a part of SeniorNet and start enjoying the benefits of membership today!


    If you are looking for some help to learn new or enhance existing computer skills, you have found the right place. Welcome. Come on in and make yourself at home. SeniorNet is the nation’s most respected nonprofit organization that specializes in computer and Internet education for older adults. Since 1986, SeniorNet has empowered over two million Boomers and Seniors providing encouragement, lifelong learning opportunities and new worlds to explore via the Internet.

SeniorNet Curriculum

2015 Curriculum Contest Winners

Kudos to the winning volunteers and their centers.

A tremendous amount of skill and expertise!

The winning classroom instruction materials will serve thousands of students around the country this year.

Contest awards included cash, tablets, and collateral for the winning centers.

Click here to see more pictures from the winning centers

Click here for a listing of submissions.



Quinault Indian Nation
SeniorNet Learning Center

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to see our people use computers to enhance their quality of life. We also want to thank the volunteer tutors who give selflessly of their time to teach our tribe members – young and old. What the online world has to offer will be enlightening” said Fawn Sharp, chief of the Quinault Indian Nation.





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Huntington's 15th Annual Summer Party



SeniorNet Huntington Reaches Milestone at 2015 Summer Party

 A Walk Down Memory Lane

The year was 2000 when SeniorNet at FSL, L.I. decided to celebrate its volunteers and their very supporting spouses with a summer party. Ruth Skolnick volunteered her lovely house on the shores of Eaton’s Neck beach for this event. Since then our membership followed with annual summer gatherings at La Casa Café in Northport, some years at the Eaton’s Harbor Corporation Beach and recently at the Huntington Town Beach in Centerport.


On August 14, 2015, SeniorNet volunteers, their guests, spouses, family members and friends celebrated the 15th anniversary of this summer tradition. We’ve come a long way since the first summer party that had 20 guests in attendance to this year which drew a large crowd of volunteers and guests.  



The day was sunny, warm and very special; we enjoyed a delicious catered Italian meal from Jonny D in Greenlawn under attractive Hawaiian decorations supplied and put up by Nina Saporito with the assistance of John Koller and Pat McAsey (tall men needed). We were also treated to a special “Art Show” of paintings created by our very own “Rembrandt” Russ Day that were raffled off free to attendees.


Our very generous volunteers also contributed to Family Service League “Back to School” supplies to help underserved children obtain needed supplies for their first class in September.


The honorable Councilwoman Susan Berland and senior aide Linda Levine payed a visit and greeted our volunteers as longtime friends. Because her first official function after election to the Huntington Town Board was to attend the 2001 SeniorNet Annual Meeting, SeniorNet has remained extra special to Susan and she pledged her ongoing support.


As we look back to all our volunteer summer events, 2015 was certainly a very good year. In the beginning, Sandy Marquez and Slava Vero organized these events but passed the baton to newcomers Nina Smith and Sally Healy. Since then the “New” Special Events Committee has grown into an exceptional committee under the leadership of Nina Smith. Mary Clark, Misao Bauchich, Regina Goodrich, Nicki Muolo and Fran Martin have all contributed their talents and dedication to make this event memorable.


Our thanks and appreciation go to the Nina Smith team, the Nina Saporito team and a very special thanks to Russ Day for the generous donation of his wonderful framed art, which will provide fond memories of this day for the lucky raffle winners.  We missed Russ and his wife at this event, but could not compete with his daughter’s 50th birthday celebration. Below are two intricate drawings Russ created to commemorate this event.  Slava Vero ad Nick Radesca
















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