August 20, 2019
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Getting Connected to Potential Customers — FACEBOOK workshop

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Belfast.  Join area business and community members for an hour session on delving into using FACEBOOK and Getting Connected to Potential Customers.  The UMaine Hutchinson Center is partnering with Bangor Savings Bank in offering the new educational series, Munch and Learn.  The goal is to provide sessions of useful interest to the midcoast community on topics to help them in their work and personal lives.  The sessions are free and open to the public and will be held on the 4th Thursday of each month from 12:00 to 1:00 pm at the Hutchinson Center. 

The second in the series of five sessions will be on that ever popular subject:  — “FACEBOOK – Getting Connected to Potential Customers.”  This will be a hands-on session, actually setting you up in FACEBOOK and beginning your “social networking.”  Pre-registration is requested, so we can get each attendee set up with the proper tools and logons and ensure a computer for everyone.

The Munch and Learn program began in January with “What is Social Networking? and drew a very interested and interactive audience.  Jason Baack, the presenter of the sessions, received very high evaluations and excellent feedback.  (To view materials from the first session, please visit our website:

Come learn how you can utilize these FREE social networking tools to maximize your business and personal exposure!  Other upcoming sessions are: March 25th – Twitter; April 29th – Linkedin; and finishing up the spring schedule on May 27th – Youtube.  Jason Baack, the Hutchinson Center’s Information Services Coordinator, will present the sessions in this series.  Jason is an exceptional teacher and is very experienced in the wide world of I.T. and I.S.

Bring your lunch and we’ll provide the coffee and munchies, and you can “munch while you learn”.  To register for the February 25th FACEBOOK session, please contact Nancy Boyington at the UMaine Hutchinson Center, 338-8002, email or visit our website: