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School of Pharmacy staff members collect computers for orphanage in Ensenada


Brian Foxworth, MA (right), admissions and record analyst, LLU School of Pharmacy and William Diehl, MBA (left), business officer for the School of Pharmacy
Brian Foxworth, MA (right), admissions and record analyst, LLU School of Pharmacy, was helping with a project to build a library facility at the Miracle Ranch Orphanage in Ensenada, Mexico, when he saw a need for a computer laboratory for the students. He has been collecting computer equipment to create a network for the orphanage ever since. Assisting him has been William Diehl, MBA (left), business officer for the School of Pharmacy, and Steve Vodhanel, MS, CIS (not pictured), educational support specialist, School of Pharmacy. Donations of computers with Pentium III processors and newer are welcome, as well as peripheral equipment that is new enough to run on these systems. Matched systems are preferred. The School of Pharmacy has agreed to donate the computers from its computer center when upgraded equipment is purchased in the near future. If you are interested in making a donation toward this project, please contact Mr. Foxworth at (831) 210-2165.

TODAY news for Thursday, October 5, 2006