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“Metro Council to team with AT&T and ConnectKentucky to help bridge the digital divide”

Tuesday October 23, 2007

Louisville Metro Council
Media Advisory
For Immediate Release
Media Contact:      
Stephen Haag, Jr.  
574-1204 / 645-1752
Tony Hyatt  
574-4137/ 526-3622

LOUISVILLE, KY – Members of the Louisville Metro Council, AT&T and ConnectKentucky will hold a press conference on Wednesday, October 24, 2007 at 3:00 p.m. at the Lac Viet Academy (4841 Southside Drive).

During the press conference, President Joan Coleman of AT&T and six Metro Council members will announce the commitment of funds to ConnectKentucky for the placement of computers in non-profit learning centers throughout the community.

The press conference has been scheduled at 3:00 p.m. to allow after school program participants the opportunity to take part in the announcement.

For more information on the mission of ConnectKentucky and the AT&T Foundation please visit:

ConnectKentucky

www.connectkentucky.org

Melissa Klink, Public Affairs Specialist

(502) 875-7501 / (502) 593-8603

AT&T Foundation

www.att.com

Nancy Jarett, Public Affairs Manager

582-1572  or nancy.jarett@att.com

Directions to Lac Viet Academy from Downtown Louisville:

Take 3rd Street south until you turn left on W. Woodlawn Avenue. Turn right onto South 2nd Street and continue on Southside Drive (KY-1020) until you take a Left to enter Lacviet Academy (4841 Southside Drive.

Lac Viet Academy can be accessed though the left rear door of St. John Vianney Church. The academy is located on the 2nd floor of the facility.

Sponsor(s):
Ken Fleming (R) 7
Tina Ward-Pugh (D) 9
Kevin Kramer (R) 11
Kelly Downard (R) 16
Dan Johnson (D) 21
Robin Engel (R) 22