As a result of the Award, our website has received visits from 227 Web Designers from 34 countries including The United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark, Sweden, Russian Federation, Greece, Ireland and even Slovenia. That's a pretty humbling experience for a 65 year old teaching Grandma from Carrollton, TX
Carrollton, TX (PRWEB) June 30, 2008
CS4Seniors.com recently received the Lunarpages Website of the Month award. Lunarpages Web Hosting is one of the oldest and most well-respected hosts in the world with over 150,000 customers.
The competition for the month of May received a record number of entries. The large number of choices was reduced to five finalists. Web Designers from all over the world then voted and the Computer School for Seniors entry, designed and submitted by David Lovrien of Lovebird Design in Plano, TX, was selected as the winner.
Computer School for Seniors opened its Internet campus in April and has been receiving rave reviews from the media and students since day one. "Our mission," said Mimi Witcher, Founder and Senior Instructor, "is to empower Boomers and Seniors by offering encouragement, learning opportunities and new worlds to explore with a computer via the Internet."
"As a result of the Award, our website has received visits from 227 Web Designers from 34 countries including The United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark, Sweden, Russian Federation, Greece, Ireland and even Slovenia. That's a pretty humbling experience for a 65 year old teaching Grandma from Carrollton, TX," said Mimi.
"We are flattered by all the media attention and awards but what we value most is the positive response by our Boomer and Senior students who love our virtual campus teaching concept."
Kay Baum, one of the first students to enroll said, "The campus is absolutely wonderful. The more I look at it, the better it gets." Wanda Carter likes the ability to email or call with her questions, "Thank you for answering my question so promptly. I am so excited to be able to learn something new and to learn how to do things on my computer that I have been unable to do."
You may tour the campus by going to http://www.cs4seniors.com Click on the "Media Center" link to view the Lunarpages Site of the Month award.