Bexley residents Haley, Allison and Ryan Bernstein volunteered for Jewish Family Services’ Cafe Europa and Project Ariel program “tech time,” where they helped Holocaust survivors one-on-one with tech issues they were having with their cell phones, iPads and laptops. They installed apps, set up Google docs for a memoir and showed them how to take photos and text. The next session is July 16. | Photo / JFS

Jewish Family Services’ Cafe Europa and Project Ariel volunteers will offer a “tech time” program to help Holocaust survivors with technology from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. July 16 at JFS in Columbus.

They can assist with cell phones, iPads, laptops, apps, taking photos and more.

RSVPs are required to Michele Bernstein at 614-559-0157. Space is limited.

JFS is at 1070 College Ave.

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