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United Healthcare Donates Two Laptops To Harmony House

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  Original Published: 10/16/2013

The homeless residents of Harmony House in Mansfield have a new helping hand as they try to find work, and homes of their own. Tim Binkley of United Healthcare Wednesday donated two laptop computers to the shelter, as part of its practice of replacing them every three years. Harmony House Director Vickie Kane says the computers will be used to prepare resumes and apply for jobs on-line. With Binkley saying more computers are coming, Kane asked for at least two more, so men and women can each have two in their sections of the shelter.

   
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