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December 7, 1999 | CAITLIN LIU
For a long time, Marcell Reynolds has yearned for his very own computer. "I've gone to bed and prayed for one," said the seventh-grader from Hawthorne. But he knew that his mother, a single parent, could not afford one. "We're on a tight budget," he explained. Monday morning, Marcell and 13 other boys and girls from economically disadvantaged families were jumping up and down after learning that they would each receive a home computer system, complete with software and a printer.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1999 | CAITLIN LIU
For a long time, Marcell Reynolds has yearned for his very own computer. "I've gone to bed and prayed for one," said the seventh-grader from Hawthorne. But he knew that his mother, a single parent, could not afford one. "We're on a tight budget," he explained. Monday morning, Marcell and 13 other boys and girls from economically disadvantaged families were jumping up and down after learning that they would each receive a home computer system, complete with software and a printer.
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December 15, 2000 | MARGARET TALEV
The Second Byte Foundation in the Westlake area is looking for 10 underprivileged schoolchildren in the Conejo Valley and San Fernando Valley who would like to get home computers this holiday season. Teachers and nonprofit groups with specific candidates in grades six through nine are asked to call Juliette Harris, the foundation's executive director, at 497-4675 or 1-888-263-2983. "We're trying to get this done before Christmas," Harris said.
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