The officers and members of the Cambria Computer Club recently presented a third computer to a student at the Coast Union High School as part of their Computers4Kids outreach program. The school’s counselor noted that many students do not have computers in their homes, and students involved in extracurricular activities such as sports or music are often in practice during the time when the school’s computer lab is open. This can make some homework assignments very difficult, especially those involving research or writing. So, the gift of a computer can make a huge difference in a student’s life. Hats off to Cambria for their wonderful community service!

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(Thanks to long-time Apple Group Ambassador Jack Hennessy for sending in news from the Cambria group.)