Donations of computer equipment have been welcomed by the Katherine Rotary Club.
Coffey Ltd recently donated seven monitors and Katherine Town Council donated three computer towers which were no longer required.
The Rotary Club is building towards the official opening of the town's computer club at Rotary Park on Sunday, October 25.
"These will be so useful for the club, allowing us to expand the services that we already providing," said Rotarian Andrew said.
"Together with the monitors, keyboards and mice that Coffey Ltd donated last week, we will be able offer a range of classes to help people become more digitally aware."
The computer club meets on Mondays at 10 at the Rotary Park.
The official opening of the club will take place from 2pm on October 25.
There will be prizes for a geocache competition; drone display; driving simulator display; live music and a free sausage sizzle.
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