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Attleboro Sun Chronicle, By Rick Foster
ATTLEBORO - Coelho Middle School has four new computers, thanks to city resident Elena Walker who was randomly selected as the winner in a "Touchdowns for Technology" contest by Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of internet security systems, and 98.5 The Sports Hub. Walker, who entered on the school's behalf, also gets three tickets to a kicking clinic by placekicker Stephen Gostowski.
To date, Kaspersky Lab has donated 204 computers to schools throughout the six New England States, including Bishop Feehan High School.
Each week during the regular professional football season, a winner is randomly selected to receive one computer for every touchdown that New England scores during the game played that week, to be given to the school of their choice. Every winner also receives three tickets to attend a kicking clinic.
For more information about the Touchdowns for Technology program, visit touchdownsfortechnology.com.
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