United Way, Perdue Farms & Vantage Point Soulutions Group Provide Students With Laptops

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The United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore’s “Tech for Teens” Program, with the generous support of Perdue Farms and Vantage Point Solutions Group, recently provided laptop computers to the 10 students in the second graduating class of the Salisbury Horizons Program. Pictured, back from left, are Jordan Brittingham, Timothy Oradat, Phillip Armstead and Trina Dix; and, front, Norra Howard, Tanesha Modestin, Murdena Francios, Tylandra Raikes, Adrianna Wallace, Agustina Cortes, Ruth Angelot and United Way Executive Director Kathleen Mommé. Submitted Photos

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