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New Computers for Helping Hands Outreach
Digital future: Helping Hands recently received a donation of seven refurbished computers from Amerigroup, to help restart the computer lab at Helping Hands, which at one point served 230 children at a time. (Left to right) Rashanda Waynn, medical assistant, Nadine Floyd, phlebotomist, Martin Langdon, IT manager for Amerigroup, Janice Morris, president of Helping Hands Outreach, Corey Martin, account manager with Amerigroup, Jimmy Norfleet, board member of Helping Hands Outreach, Andreta Seymour, board member of Helping Hands Outreach. (Not pictured, Tolbert Morris, founder of Helping Hands Outreach).

The laboratory will be renamed the Rick Blackwell Laboratory in memory a former Helping Hands Outreach medical technician who passed away.