AT&T on Tuesday will present a contribution for $2,500 to the Letts Community Center in Lansing. The contribution will be used to enhance and make upgrades to the community center’s computer lab area.
“I’d like to thank AT&T for stepping up to support this important community resource,” said City of Lansing Mayor, Andy Schor. “A great number of high school students in the neighborhood rely on the computer lab at Letts to complete their homework and to apply for college and jobs—it’s a critical resource for these students, and I’m thrilled we now have the money to improve upon it.”
WHEN: Tuesday, November 20, 2018
WHERE: Letts Community Center
1220 W Kalamazoo St
Lansing, MI 48915
WHO: Yvette Collins, AT&T Michigan Area Manager of External Affairs
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor
State Representative Sarah Anthony (D-Lansing)
Emily DeRushia, President, Westside Neighborhood Association
Emily Stevens, Manager of Leisure Services, City of Lansing
There is a total of six computers in the Letts computer lab. AT&T’s contribution will be used to purchase new printers, ink and paper for use in the lab.
“AT&T is happy to support the Letts Community Center,” said David Lewis, President of AT&T Michigan. “Vibrant community centers make for great neighborhoods, and I think you certainly see evidence of that here in the Westside Neighborhood. Supporting Letts is just another way for us to make a positive impact on the lives of our neighbors here in Lansing.”
Source: Press Release