By GUY FLETCHER
Consider it cyberspace with a social conscience.
That's what the Washington County Community Action Council is hoping to accomplish by sponsoring a contest for area residents to design a World Wide Web home page for the agency, set to debut by fall.
The agency, which provides financial assistance and other services to needy and homeless people in the county, sees the Internet as a means to promote its activities and its continuing need for support.
"It's very exciting," said Glenda Helman, the agency's director of services.
She said the agency realized the need for an Internet presence earlier this year when CAC Director Cheryl Walkley attended a seminar on World Wide Web possibilities for human services organizations.