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Pueblo Library to Distribute Chromebook Kits to Area Students
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Community partners pose in Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library with the 275 Chromebook school kits that are slated to be given to area students. Front row, from left: Courtney Seder, Posada; Becky Medina Boys and Girls Club of Pueblo County; Tammy Prutch, CASA. Middle row, from left: Dr. Velia Rincon, Advisory board, Sperry S. and Ella Graber Packard Fund for Pueblo; Angela Giron, Boys and Girls Club of Pueblo County; Melanie Bravo, Program Director, Sperry S. and Ella Graber Packard Fund for Pueblo. Back row, from left: Jon Walker, PCCLD; Nick Potter, PCCLD and Bree Pappan, PCCLD.
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PUEBLO, Colo. Thanks to a generous grant, 275 school kids throughout Pueblo County will have their own Google Chromebooks to keep them engaged during the summer and better prepared for the upcoming school year. Pueblo City-County Library District was awarded a grant from the Sperry S. and Ella Graber Packard Fund for Colorado to purchase the devices and other materials.

Starting Wednesday, July 22, recipients will begin picking up their Chromebook school kit at PCCLD locations through curbside pickup.

Read the article in this week's Greenhorn Valley View. Subscribe by calling 719-676-3401, just $37.50 for the year for Pueblo County residents.

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