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“Now that it’s over, I think I may lie down right here and fall asleep,” joked YPC’s managing director, Sherilyn Howes.
“Our key word this time was ‘easy,’” he said, “and I think we really pulled it off.
This organization serves young people, so a big thing they needed was the ability to keep their content super-fresh.
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Receiving a new site at no cost lets us puts funds toward our programming for children with disabilities.”None of the teams knew who their match would be until after they arrived on Saturday morning, hauling along carfuls of computers, monitors, sleeping bags, and pillows.