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Franklin Public Library's Community Conversation series continues this week with "Using New Media to Create an Online Media Brand" with presenter Tad Oakes.This course will teach you the basics of:-Recording and editing videos-Engineering and mixing audio -Basic photo manipulation for branding purposes-Simple social media techniques to build brand awarenessAfter taking this course you should be able to:-Create and edit videos for YouTube, TikTok, Twitter, etc.-Add and/or edit your own custom sounds for any media-Create your first online brand for any business or idea you may have-Livestream on Twitch or YouTubeWe hope you can join us! ... See MoreSee Less
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šŸ””NEW EPISODE ALERT! Listen on your favorite podcast platform or listen on Spotify here: open.spotify.com/episode/03Q3XFS7xiD0GO2o92A3X1?si=58c3e729b6f04338In this episode of the Venango Speaks Podcast, teens from the Teen Reading Lounge (TRL) program at the Franklin Public Library share their views on culture and diversity in their schools and communities. Each cycle of TRL, the teens are asked to participate in a Civic Engagement project that will help them to connect to their community, and this year they have decided to share this podcast with you! Our hosts are Tasha Manross (TRL Facilitator), Daidre Green (TRL Site Coordinator and Teen Services Coordinator at FPL and OCL), and Skyler Green (TRL participant, age 13).Our speakers are Ryder Mitchell (TRL participant, age 13), Nicole Earnhardt (TRL participant, age 15), and Bella Malliard (TRL participant, age 12). We'd also like to mention a special thanks to Megan Kilgore (TRL participant, age 18), Ryder Mitchell, and Skyler Green for helping to edit the podcast. The Venango Speaks Podcast is a group project by students of the Venango Leadership program. The podcast is a show about people, places & things in Venango County, Pennsylvania. Incorporating discussions about recreation, business, volunteerism, revitalization, & community on the local level, the podcast aims to provide the surrounding area with engaging conversations featuring local youth, leaders & professionals. ... See MoreSee Less
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Allied One Solutions LLC will have a representative at the Oil City Library on August 15th & 16th from 10AM - 2PM. They will provide Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) Tablets with 25GB of data to individuals qualifying for this program. You may be eligible if you meet any of the following qualifications:-Medicaid-WIC-Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)-Federal Public Housing Assistance (Section 8)-Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)-Veterans and Survivors Pension Benefits-Federal Pell Grant in the Current Award Year-Income at or Below 200% Federal Poverty LevelNOTE: -You may need to show proof of eligibility. This may be an award letter or official documents that you participate in a qualifying program when applying for the Emergency Broadband Benefit.-You must have a valid state or federal ID.-There is a limit of one discount per household (internet/phone/tablet).To learn more about ACP, visit www.affordableconnectivity.gov/ ... See MoreSee Less
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