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Eastern Iowa not-for-profits to receive website updates through Geonetric's Operation Overnight

Annual event goes virtual for 2020

Linda Barnes

Geonetric
Linda Barnes Geonetric

Geonetric will begin its annual Operation Overnight event virtually throughout four weeks this fall and winter on Monday.

Each week will be focused on a “refresh” for a previous recipient of an Operation Overnight website.

“With our team working remotely due to the pandemic, we knew we couldn’t have Operation Overnight as normal,” Geonetric CEO Linda Barnes said in a statement.

“But we also knew we couldn’t skip the event. It means too much to the community and to our team.”

Olivet Neighborhood Mission will be first to receive an updated website next week. In October, Geonetric will work on the Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program’s website.

The African American Museum of Iowa will be in November, and the St. John of the Cross Catholic Worker House will be in December.

In the first eight years of Operation Overnight, Geonetric has built 33 websites for not-for-profits.

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