Computers Donated To Madisonville Residents To Help With School Work

City of Madisonville / Facebook

Members of the City of Madisonville IT Department delivered the PC's to the local Housing Authority.

Posted: Apr 20, 2021 2:03 PM

Families in Madisonville recieved additional help for children to finish online school work.

Members of the City of Madisonville IT Department delivered 10 computers to the Housing Authority.

The 10 PC's, donated by the community, will go to local families to help school-aged children to complete online school work.

"We are thankful for the heart, passion, and dedication that these employees have shown to our community," the City of Madisonville said in a Facebook post about the donations Tuesday.

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