School breathes new life in old computers

cambrian@thetribunenews.comMay 9, 2013 

Old computers can find a new home in high school classrooms at a computer recycling day sponsored by the Coast Union High School Interact Club.

The club will accept working and non-working computers, computer mice and liquid-crystal display (LCD) monitors (the flat ones) from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 25, in the high school parking lot at 2950 Santa Rosa Creek Road, Cambria.

“If you have older working computers that students can use to practice computer repairs,” said teacher Sean Spradley, “we would be grateful for them.

“If you have broken computers that we can disassemble for parts, we have need for them also.”

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