Source: SymQuest Larry Sudbay, President and Chief Executive Officer of SymQuest Group, Inc. announced today that Rutland County Parent Child Center, Inc. (RCPCC) was chosen as the winning applicant for the Third SymPowered Office Makeover from SymQuest — worth $25,000. Rutland County Parent Child Center, a locally based non-profit, demonstrated the most need, budget constraints, outdated equipment and dedication to serving their clients. Since 1985, RCPCC has nurtured strengths, growth and independence of children and families in the Rutland area. The RCPCC believes that families and their children have the right to family-centered, comprehensive high quality services. They deliver these services through home-based programs, playgroups, parent education and support, information and referral early childhood programs, community development and on-site services.RCPCC is currently utilizing very outdated equipment donated to the agency, including computers and a networked server. Their two donated copiers are also severely out of date and require a great deal of ongoing maintenance. Funded by state and federal grants that are continually being cut, the Center has been unable to divert any funding to address their technological handicaps and obstacles for several years and sees no immediate change in that.“We are grateful to SymQuest for this much needed support! A SymPowered Office Makeover will dramatically improve how we serve our clients, enabling us to better fulfill our mission of helping families be successful in our community. With this Makeover, RCPCC staff will have more time to spend with families and children and have to spend less time trying to deal with technology issues. RCPCC is proud to be the recipient of this donation,” commented Caprice Hover, Executive Director of RCPCC.“Communications, confidentiality, accountability and efficiency are critical to RCPCC meeting their clients’ needs. Their current computer infrastructure, a key element to the organization’s success, is in a fragile state. The staff is struggling with old, failing computers and outdated software. RCPCC is seriously in need of a more efficient means for their 43 employees to complete and file client reports, process time-sheets and payroll, submit data required by state and federal agencies, report financial data for accountability and to communicate via email,” said Joe Noonan, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, SymQuest. “As a result of the SymPowered Office Makeover, RCPCC’s office infrastructure, communications systems and processing of reports will be drastically improved and streamlined. RCPCC will better be able to provide information to state and federal agencies, as required by law. The training and support aspect of the Office Makeover will get RCPCC’s systems up-to-date,” continued Noonan.The SymPowered Office Makeover includes: a server, multi-functional device (all-in-one copier, scanner, fax and printer), laptop(s), labor costs for technicians/engineers, monitored network service for one year, as well as some fun extras.“We are pleased to offer this unique, exciting opportunity from SymQuest. We have just completed the SymPowered Office Makeover in Keene, NH at CHESCO. This is our third Makeover to date, totaling $75,000. We plan to continue this tradition of giving back to the communities in which we work, live and play,” said Sudbay.
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Robert Snodgrass has described Senegalese star, Sadio Mane as a dangerous player. Liverpool‘s Premier League victory over West Ham was, for the most part, too tense for shenanigans. However, Mane found a brief window for it before the game started to get stupid. Liverpool forward Sadio Mane David Moyes’ side was expected to put up much less of a fight, especially given their defensive display at Manchester City last time out, but took the lead in the second half before eventually falling to a Mane winner in the final 10 minutes. It was enough to preserve a perfect home record, but it wasn’t easy. Nevertheless, in the simpler time of the first period, the Senegal international had time to have a little fun, unaware of the battle he was soon to be up against. Mane can have a strange effect on people. You can know he’s better than you, and know you have to be sensible and restrained just to have any chance of containing him, only to ignore your own advice the second the problem becomes practical. Maybe it’s because it’s hard for people to look at a career path involving Southampton and Red Bull Salzburg and think ‘one of the world’s best’, or perhaps it’s because Mohamed Salah has had more star power than his colleague, but there remains a feeling that he can’t be as good as you think, regardless of how much proof you see before your very eyes. This is the issue that faced Robert Snodgrass, a player who likely kept his place in the West Ham team in part because of his ability to act as a more ‘defensive’ winger than the likes of Jarrod Bowen, who replaced him later on. Snodgrass knows his limitations, and he’s seen Mane and the rest of the Liverpool front-line destroy better teams this season. He knows not to dive in or commit himself because his body works slower than the mind of his opponent. And yet, when push came to shove, this happened. Loading… Mane is the hero at the centre of a Wild West brawl, watching bullets fly across a crowded saloon and elegantly stepping out of their path. He brushes a tiny amount of debris off the shoulders of his near-untouched suit and walks to the bar, stepping over countless bodies strewn on the floor beneath him. As he lets a deep sigh leave his body, he turns to Snodgrass, bullet-ridden and clawing at his pristine boots as if to ask ‘why’. His look is not one of glory but instead one of pity, telling the West Ham man with his eyes “what are you doing? It didn’t need to be like this”. You often get the sense with Mane that he doesn’t set out to destroy lives, but if they’re going to make it this easy for him then he really has no choice. He knows he’s one of the best players in the Premier League, and everyone else knows it too. If they’re going to keep acting like he’s just some regular guy, even after he keeps showing them up time and time again, it feels rude not to give them fresh reminders every now and again. After sliding in and committing himself like a child in his first ever game of playground football, Snodgrass eventually learns. Not because he wants to, necessarily, but because he has to. It’s not about trying to contain Mane – a lot of the time that won’t be possible – but about trying to save face. Read Also:Porn star assures Sheffield ace fun-filled weekend after West Ham win Snodgrass, for all we know, might have factored in Mane stopping his run out of pity and urging the Scot to just have a look at himself. And, in fairness, that’s the only way the move could have ended without a Liverpool chance. It’s a bold strategy, but it’s not one you can exactly rely on. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThese Maisie Williams Facts Are Bound To Shock YouTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Nothing Compares To Stargazing Places Around The World
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