[Ubuntu PA] Bring A Computer Workshop This Saturday Dec 20th

Kevin Valentine kevin.valentine at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 00:34:25 GMT 2008

Hi everyone,

Hope you all aren't getting sick of all this NTR activity yet.  Just a 
little more to go.  I plan to be at NTR for their next workshop on the 
20th.  See the forwarded message below for details.

The workshop starts at 2PM but I plan to be there well before, at 12PM.  
I want to get more info on how they intend to move forward with this 
dual-boot project.  Feel free to meet up with me.


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	[Ntr_Staff] Bring A Computer Workshop This Saturday Dec 20th
Date: 	Thu, 11 Dec 2008 06:32:08 -0500
From: 	Stan Pokras <pokras at ntronline.org>
Reply-To: 	NTR Staff <ntr_staff at listsrv.ntronline.org>
To: 	ntr_vol at listsrv.ntronline.org
CC: 	ntr_staff at listsrv.ntronline.org, NTR_Board_e 
<NTR-Board at yahoogroups.com>

Hi Folks,

The next Bring A Computer, Ask A Question workshop will be held on 
Saturday December 20th at 2:00 pm. (Next Saturday!)

Make someone happy for Christmas!
This workshop will be another opportunity for you to personally help 
someone with their computer needs. The only thing we do that is more 
rewarding than this is our gifts of free computers to kids.

We are limiting the number of participants to 10 so that we aren't 
overwhelmed. We have stopped sending out emails to encourage people 
to take advantage of this activity. The only people we tell about the 
workshop are people who come to (or call) our store. With this very 
limited marketing, we still manage to fill every seat. People who 
have children in the Philadelphia School District pay $5 for the 
workshop while others pay $15.

We can keep this activity at this low level of cost by always having 
several volunteers as well as our staff to serve the participants.

Thank you for coming out to help!


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Stanley R. Pokras, Executive Director   Nonprofit Technology Resources (NTR)
Regional Coord, Community Technology Centers' Network (http://www.ctcnet.org/)
Chair, CTCNet of Delaware Valley, Regional Planning Committee 

                        Nonprofit Technology Resources
                            1524 Brandywine Street
                            Philadelphia PA  19130
                   215-564-6686 (day)      215-564-6642 (fax)
                            267-968-0407 (cell)
              Find our "Home Page" at http://NTRonline.org

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