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Westminster Rotary Projects - Computers For Kids
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C4K- Computers for Kids
The purpose of C4K is to receive donated computers, refurbish them and donate
them to needy kids.
Students must demonstrate to their teachers that they will put the computer to
good use for theireducation. Non-Rotary volunteers work each Saturday to
ensure the computers are in good working order and loaded with up-to-date
software. The chairmen of C4K, Roger Gudenkauf works with volunteer 7:10
Rotarians to clean and organize the computers. About once a month there is
a distribution of computers to local students.
Rotarians clean computers.                      Student picks up her own computer.
Anyone is able to contribute a computer to C4K. Local government and business
entities contribute a number of modern computers. There is a minimum system
requirement for donating a laptop or desktop computer. Listed below are those
minimum
specs:
     --A computer running Windows 7 or later, no more than
five years old, using an Intel I-3 to I-7 processor chip
       --Keyboard and Mouse
Beyond that, we don't require, but would prefer:
       --4 Gigabytes of Random Access memory (RAM)
       --At least a 40 Gigabyte, or greater, Hard Disk
       --CD-Drive, preferably CDRW/DVD drive
       --Working flat screen monitor (working is important, as monitors
  are becoming too expensive to recycle)
For more information please write to Roger at: roger@rmm-i.com

 

   

 

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