Y2K Information Available in Spanish, Large Print and Braille

Washington — Y2K information in the Spanish language, large-print
and Braille is available from the USDA Cooperative State Research,
Education and Extension Service.

A brochure entitled ‘Y2K, Why Should I Care? I Don’t Even Own a
Computer!’ has been printed in Spanish, large-type and Braille,
said Judy Rude, Y2K coordinator for the USDA extension services.
The Spanish language brochures can also be downloaded by anyone
with a computer from the website,
www.reeusda.gov/y2k and
distributed to a community.

Braille, large print and audiotape versions of the brochure are
available by calling USDA’s TARGET Center at 202-720-2600 (voice
and TDD).

Contact: Judy Rude, Y2K coordinator, USDA Cooperative
State Research, Education and Extension Service, Washington, D.C.,
202-720-4242; web site:
www.reeusda.gov.

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