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Potomac Computers gives away laptop

July 07, 2013
  • Brandon L. Barnhart holds the laptop computer he won from Potomac Computers as the store's office manager, Alle Hernandez, looks on.
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On June 3, Potomac Computers awarded a refurbished laptop with a one-year warranty to a teacher-nominated Washington County college-bound student.

Brandon L. Barnhart of Williamsport High School was chosen from multiple countywide nominations based on his academic achievement, as well as other factors.

Brandon was in the first graduating class of the AVID, or Advancement Via Individual Determination, program. The program enforces strict academic discipline and requires committing to a rigorous college-prep sequence of courses.

Brandon also received the perfect attendance award at Williamsport High, never being late or missing a day in his fouryear high school career.

Potomac Computers is a newly opened  sales and service computer store in Williamsport.

“I would like Potomac Computers to be known not only as your neighborhood, affordable computer store but also as giving back to the community” said Alle Hernandez, office manager.

Through the support of the community, Potomac Computers would like to help a senior  each year,  as well as other organizations that would benefit from donated electronic equipment.

Brandon and his family were unaware of his nomination and were grateful for the donation. He will attend Hagerstown Community College in the fall.

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