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Maternal and Family Health Services, Inc. (MFHS) recently donated computers and computer equipment to the Big Brothers Big Sisters program of Luzerne County. Bernie Montigney, information system analyst at MFHS, put together nine complete systems that included a computer, monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer. The computers were reformatted to their original condition and equipped with free software, including office products, virus scanners, educational games, music editing software and picture editing software. Additional printers and monitors were also donated. From left: Montigney; Bette Saxton, president and chief executive officer, MFHS; Tanya Olaviany, project director, Big Brothers, Big Sisters; and Carol Nicholas, director of community services, MFHS.


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