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Oaks Education Association gets a free year of broadband, through Integra Telecom

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Integra Telecom Inc. just provided Oaks Education of Spokane a year of free T1 Internet service.

The telecom and Internet provider made the selection through a random drawing from names of worthy nonprofits submitted by people in the community. Oaks Education Association runs a Christian Academy in Spokane Valley.

The donation of free T1 broadband service is part of Integra’s Community Matters program, which supports initiatives and organizations that benefit the lives of people in the communities that Integra serves.

The drawing was held this week at Integra’s new Spokane office in downtown. Joe Shogan, city council president, drew the winning entry.

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