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October 16, 2007

Thomasville-- The Thomas County library system was awarded a grant to buy 12 new computers, 2 for each library in the county. 

The computers are specifically designated to help teens fulfill the new requirements for Joshua's law before they get their license.   "Sixteen-year-olds, if they want to get their driver's license, have to complete 30 to 40 hours online of classes.  So we have the computers at each of our libraries," explains Nancy Tillinghast, Thomas County Library System Director.

Parents have to sign the teens up but they can come anytime after school or on the weekend to complete the online courses.

 

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