|MTTC BOLSTERS SOUTH LOUISVILLE COMMUNITY CENTER
gives a neighborly gift to John Banks for the South Louisville Community Center. Laura
Frankrone (left) and Roy Coleman (right) of MTTC, deliver the Community Center's
"Homework Helper" computers.
February 15, 2001; Louisville,
Kentucky: A cup of sugar between neighbors is more than a cup of sugar. It
represents support, friendship, and often makes the difference between success and
failure. The McConnell Technology & Training Centers (MTTC) Outreach Computer
Resources recently shared "a cup of sugar" with the South Louisville Community
Center in the form of two desktop computer systems.
Mr. John Banks, Supervisor of Recreation Programs for the South Louisville
Community Center, made a request for the computer systems to support an after-school
"Homework Helper" program for youth that is conducted at the Community Center.
Opened in June 2000, the South Louisville Community Center serves 800 900 people
each week ranging in ages from 6 to seniors. The "Homework Helper" program
specifically provides after-school support for elementary school children.
MTTCs Outreach Computer Resources (OCR) program continually seeks
donations of surplus computers, related equipment and software from businesses and private
citizens alike. Donations to the Outreach Computer Resources program support
community-based services and training efforts that are sponsored and promoted by MTTC.
MTTC is proud to support the mission of the South Louisville Community Center, after all,
what is a cup of sugar between neighbors?
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information about MTTC's OCR Program