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Two To View – A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To Miss

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A Watchdog Worth Watching
This little dog has some big courage! Watch as it defends its territory by chasing away not one, but two bears twice its size.
  Humans Teach a Pelican to Fly
This bird lost its parents but found some great friends. They give us a unique view of its progress as it learns to fly.


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There are many people in our area without warm winter coats. We hope to help by collecting gently used coats, hats, scarves and gloves to distribute to families in need. Through December, WCTA will accept donations at the Sebeka and the Menahga offices. Gently used coats should be clean and in good condition. We are working with the Mahube-Otwa Community Action Partnership, Inc. to distribute the coats; if you are in need of a coat you should contact your county office.

FREE Featured Apps – These Three Are Well Worth A Look

Google Maps
Santa's Bag for iOS

This fun app allows you to make slideshows, musical videos, lipsyncs, stop-motion movies, and more—all set to music you love.

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Google Maps
The new Google Maps helps you navigate, avoid traffic jams, find places to go near your location, and virtually visit others far away.

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Santa's Bag for iOS
Holiday shopping? Naturally, there's an app for that! With Santa's Bag, you can create a gift list, set budgets, and track or share your progress.

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Fraud Alert – Scams Targeting Nannies, Babysitters, and Caregivers

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Go Pinterest-ing! – Cool Stuff To Pin On Your Pinterest Boards

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Pretty Pinecone and Candle Centerpiece
Old Rake Makes Festive Door Décor
Hearty and Healthy Fall Squash Soup

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Sites of the Month – Great Sites To Check Out In November

Thanksgiving's Rich History – If you think of food and football when you hear the word "Thanksgiving," you might want to check out this site, which describes the fascinating history of the holiday. The practice of setting aside a special day to give thanks goes all the way back to traditions from the 1600s.
Loyalty Made Easy – Loyalty programs for airlines, hotels, shops, and credit cards are great, but if you have more than a few, they can be hard to keep track of. The free Points service allows you to manage all your programs in one spot, move points between programs, and even reward yourself with gift cards.
The Reluctant Gourmet – The name says it all: some of us want to be great cooks, but don't know where to start. Now you do! This site offers everything from cooking tips, to information on cooking tools and ingredients, to meal planning strategies and — of course — delectable recipes.
Learn About Life on Mars – Mars has been in the news a lot lately – because scientists have discovered water there and because of the new movie, The Martian. Want to know more about the Red Planet? This site has videos, images, articles, and much more. Don't miss the updates on the Curiosity Rover, which is there now!

Short FAQ – How Do I Stay Safe When Using Public Wi-Fi?

Question: I've heard it can be dangerous to use public Wi-Fi, but sometimes I need to connect when I'm out and about. Are there steps I can take to do it safely?

Download Graphics to View Answer: Before you even get to a Wi-Fi location, take these three steps: make sure your software patches are up to date; set up two-factor authentication on services (like Facebook) that allow it; and make sure all your passwords are complex and difficult to guess. Then, when you get to the Wi-Fi location, verify with someone at the establishment that the network you're using is legitimate. Next, turn off file sharing for your device (how you do this will depend on which operating system you use). Once you're on the network, check for "https://" at the beginning of URLs to ensure you're using secure websites. Finally, when you're ready to log off, set your device to not "connect automatically" to the network again.

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Thanks for your business!

Best regards

The WCTA Communications Team
Internet Specialists

WCTA Sebeka
308 Frontage Road Box 304
Sebeka, MN 56477

1-218-837-5151 or toll free at 1-800-945-2163

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