By Ryne Williams – Daily Herald

Mountainland Technical College and Micron came together on Friday to give out computers to children in need from the Alpine School District at MTECH’s Lehi campus.

The organization providing the computers, Computers for Kids, is based out of Boise but has been partnering with Micron for about 20 years to take old computers, refurbish them and then give them back to children in the Boise area.

The program is now making its way to Utah.

The computers come with Microsoft Office already installed, and if the students are on any type of free lunch program, health and welfare program or food stamps, they receive the devices for free. If not, the children can get the devices for $65.

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