Rehabilitation Center gets new computers

The Tennessee Rehabilitation Center, 407 Cherokee Park Drive, Elizabethton, has received five new computers from the Department of Children Services to train clients in the latest technology, announced Alan Jenkins, manager.
   Clients can use the computers to learn keyboarding, improve typing skills and develop a job resume. "Having computer skills is a viable entity in searching for employment in today's job market," Jenkins said.
   The computers were obtained by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Jenkins added.