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CTX International Motors Around the World for Aid Group AS PART OF AN ONGOING community involvement with organizations, schools and individuals involved
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Good Deeds

Apr 1, 2002 12:00 PM

CTX International Motors Around the World for Aid Group

AS PART OF AN ONGOING community involvement with organizations, schools and individuals involved with charitable and educational endeavors, CTX International donated a DP-710 multimedia projector to Simon Milward, the Millennium Motorcycle Rider. Milward is riding around the world to raise money for medical aid charities. He uses a laptop and projector to show pictures of his recent adventures. Milward has raised more than half of his $100,000 goal to help the Health for All Foundation and the Doctors Without Borders organization.

Dukane Helping School Damaged in WTC Attack

Pamela King is an English teacher at the High School of Economics and Finance of New York City, where students and faculty witnessed the events of September 11 from their cafeteria windows. No one from the school was injured in September's tragedy, but the school itself is still closed for safety reasons. King put out a request for A/V equipment for students now at the school's temporary location in uptown Manhattan. The Dukane Corporation Audio Visual Division answered, contributing a variety of A/V products. “This minor contribution is simply a token of our appreciation,” said Ron Ohlhaber, general manager of the A/V Division. “We want to recognize the teachers in New York City and throughout the United States for their dedication and for the excellent care that they provide their students each day.”

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