Sob. We had many Muirfield trees damaged in the recent wind storm, and several of those could not be saved. The City removed trees in their domain, usually within 15 feet of a street, and our Muirfield Association has been busily removing those on community property which were too damaged or in tough locations where they were not able to be saved. Many of you have had to do the same for trees on your property. Evergreens took the biggest hit, but none were immune to those fierce winds. I understand fall is the best time to replant, and the HOA plants dozens every year, usually about that time.
Christine Nardecchia, Dublin's Director of Volunteers, announced a new program to provide tech-savvy teens for face-to-face tech help to the tech-challenged of us over age 60. Here is the announcement:
Tech Support for Dublin Seniors!
Thanks to the community spirit of Eagle Scout Candidate Anthony Trippe, Dublin residents age 60+ now have the opportunity to visit an in-person technology “help desk” at the Dublin Community Recreation Center.
Staffed by trained teen volunteers, this by-appointment, complimentary service will be offered on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month from 10 AM – 1 PM. Called “Teen Tech Support,” Opening Day is scheduled for Saturday, March 9, 2019. Appointments will be help in the Teen Lounge of the Dublin Community Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road.
If you have questions about your digital device (iOS, Android, iPads, Alexa, Google Home, laptop, etc.) and would like to make an appointment. Here is the link to sign up for a 20-minute visit!