Community State Bank makes donation to Pike-Lincoln Tech Center

Community State Bank of Missouri recently made a donation to Pike-Lincoln Tech Center. What better way to recycle old hardware? Over the past several years, CSB has donated a large amount of computer hardware to Pike-Lincoln. This month they donated several PCs, a laptop, printers, HP switch, and other miscellaneous hardware and software. Pike-Lincoln Tech is always excited and eager to get “new” equipment. They operate on a limited budget and are always looking for used equipment for educational purposes. “Each time we make a donation to Pike-Lincoln Tech it is very heart-warming to see the excitement in each student’s eyes. They are always very eager to start working with the equipment,” said Andrew D’Angelo of CSB.

Community State Bank would like to encourage other businesses to contact PLTC before throwing away equipment that could be put to use at the school or used for teaching purposes. Those interested should contact Dennis Hale at 573-485-2900.

Pictured front row (l-r): Carmen Gamm, Data Processing Officer-Community State Bank, Logan Hicock-Troy, Cody Schatz-Winfield, Eric Ketchum-Winfield, Jon Haas-Winfield, Chris Hensen-Troy and Andrew D’Angelo- Community State Bank. Back row (l-r): Seth Lyskoski-Elsberry, Dennis Morrow-Winfield, Kevin Sweeney-Troy, Jack Hicks-Clopton, Reid LaFave-Clopton, and Dennis Hale, Computer and Networking Technologies Instructor-Pike Lincoln Tech. Not pictured: Gage Gregory-Clopton and Shelby Schreier-Winfield.

Pictured front row (l-r): Carmen Gamm, Data Processing Officer-Community State Bank, Logan Hicock-Troy, Cody Schatz-Winfield, Eric Ketchum-Winfield, Jon Haas-Winfield, Chris Hensen-Troy and Andrew D’Angelo- Community State Bank.
Back row (l-r): Seth Lyskoski-Elsberry, Dennis Morrow-Winfield, Kevin Sweeney-Troy, Jack Hicks-Clopton, Reid LaFave-Clopton, and Dennis Hale, Computer and Networking Technologies Instructor-Pike Lincoln Tech.
Not pictured: Gage Gregory-Clopton and Shelby Schreier-Winfield.

Posted on Monday, April 28, 2014 at 9:02 am