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The Lewis County Adult Learning Center wants to hear from county residents how it can best help.

The center has released an online survey asking people what kind of classes it should offer to fill the needs of Lewis County residents.

The center already offers some computer courses and a GED prep class, and said it hopes to make all its classes more accessible to the community.

"Is that the best time for the program? Do we need to have an evening program somewhere? Do we need to have classes on the weekend? Is there a demand for that? We need to know," said Liz Johnson, of the Lewis County Adult Learning Center.

If you can't access the survey online, call the Adult Learning Center at 304-269-8300, extension 137.

The center will mail you a hard copy or take your answers over the phone.