Lac qui Parle unveils mobile computer lab

Last week, I was fortunate to participate in the ribbon cutting for the Lac qui Parle’s Computer Commuter mobile computer lab. There was a great crowd to tour the bus and try the new laptops before listening to the presentations, highlighted by Congressman Collin Peterson, chair of the House Agriculture Committee.

EDA Coordinator Pam Lehmann thanked all of the project partners, including Blandin Foundation, which provided financial support in addition to that provided by the TDF Foundation of Washington DC. The project leaders will establish a schedule for the mobile lab with regular stops in at least six communities around the county. Mary Quick, the Computer Community coordinator will provide computer classes and one to one assistance to anyone who wants help in learning how to use the computers.

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