TULSA, Oklahoma - Cutting edge computers valued at $25,000 are going to a North Tulsa Boys and Girls Club.

The new computers have the power to open youngsters' eyes to 21st century careers - like web design and digital photographY - that they never may have considered before.

"Having computers available and having the right software, that could be a reality instead of a dream, so we want to try to give them that opportunity to think that things they do on these computers could come a reality when they get to high school age," said Jerome Smith of the North Tulsa Boys and Girls Club.

Cox Communications paid for the new computers.