Computer Building Club to continue to refurbish for Net-Literacy

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Anna Klauz

Evan Shi, club member and freshman, starts off the weekly meeting by checking the software of a computer donated by Net-Literacy. This is Shi’s first year as a Computer Club member.

Anna Klauz

Computer Building Club will continue to refurbish computers for Net-Literacy throughout the second semester. The club has refurbished around 80 to 90 computers this school year.  Ethan Welp, club president and senior, said he hopes to refurbish 10 to 15 more computers by the end of the third quarter through Net-Literacy.

“Being able to collaborate with a non-profit is an awesome opportunity as it makes our club unique,” Welp said.

During the second semester, the club hopes to incorporate more community-based projects into their club.

Evan Shi, club member and freshman, said his first semester in the club has been great and that he will continue to attend club meetings during second semester.

“This student-led club does a great job every week with the computers,” club sponsor Stacie Fowler said.

The club meets every Wednesday in room F113 after school.

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