Guam - The children and man'amko of Asan are now in receipt of two newly refurbished computers. Today Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio presented the computers to Asan-Maina Mayor Joanna Margaret Blas and her staff as they prepare for the opening of an expanded community center.
"The kids and man'amko will also utilize this and after school, they hang around the center and it's a resource center combined with a senior center and a headstart room, so we will be opening that on Wednesday," said Tenorio.
The refurbished computers were provided by the lieutenant governor's Comps for Kids program through a donation by Moylan's Insurance. The program is community-based where donated computers are refurbished and then provided to institutions where children can use them for personal and academic development.
Today's donation is also conjunction with the governor's ongoing My Village project.
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