ORISE Donates PCs to Community Mediation Services
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 13, 2006
OAK RIDGE, Tenn.—The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) donated three excess computers to Community Mediation Services of Anderson County this week. Community Mediation Services (CMS) reduces court involvement and promotes the peaceful resolution of community conflicts using community facilities, resources and volunteers.
"As a small non-profit organization we very much appreciate the donation of the newer computers from ORISE," said Mary McCarthy, program coordinator for CMS.
The program’s office staff and 40 volunteer mediators will use the computers to coordinate its mediation programs, manage statistics for its guarantors and to communicate with other mediators and mediation centers across the state.
Pictured above (left to right) are John Selser of CMS; Bill Price of ORISE; Dianna Loveday, John Hicks and Mary McCarthy of CMS (ORISE volunteers not pictured: Rose Napier and Lise Neiler).
"We were glad for the opportunity to donate these computers to CMS because of the vital work that they do in providing mediation services for families in our community," said Bill Price.
Communications Specialist, Communications