Habitat for Humanity-Greater Columbus and TechUsed will collect used desktop computers, laptops, monitors, hard drives and other computer equipment from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at TechUsed, 4231-H Leap Road. Donated computers will be refurbished and distributed to approximately 75 Franklin County Habitat families in need of home computers. Black desktop monitors and Pentium 4 processors are most needed, but all donations are appreciated.

Habitat for Humanity-Greater Columbus and TechUsed will collect used desktop computers, laptops, monitors, hard drives and other computer equipment from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at TechUsed, 4231-H Leap Road. Donated computers will be refurbished and distributed to approximately 75 Franklin County Habitat families in need of home computers. Black desktop monitors and Pentium 4 processors are most needed, but all donations are appreciated.

Computer equipment does not have to be in working order to be donated. TechUsed will securely destroy all data files on donated equipment as part of refurbishing to ensure privacy of any stored information.

Donated computers that may be beyond repair will be recycled.

In exchange for computer equipment, donors will receive a 25 percent discount on up to a $500 purchase of new or reusable home improvement materials at Habitat's ReStore. TechUsed will provide donors with a 10 percent discount coupon good for purchases at the TechUsed resale store.

Computer donations can be made at any time at Habitat's Restore at 3140 Westerville Road.

A Muslim chaplain and a Roman Catholic priest will address "Catholic-Muslim Relations Today" during a lecture at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 15, at the Jessing Center on the campus of the Pontifical College Josephinum, 7625 N. High St., Columbus.

The Rev. Dennis D. McManus and Imam Yahya Hendi, both of Georgetown University, will offer their insights into the current state of Catholic-Muslim relations during the fifth annual Lecture in World Religions and Interreligious Dialogue of the Theological Consortium of Greater Columbus. The lecture is free. Reservations are requested and should be made with Sandy Antes by Friday, April 10, at 985-2497 or by e-mail to santes@pcj.edu.

Hendi is the Muslim chaplain at Georgetown, the first American university to hire a full-time Muslim chaplain. He also is the Muslim chaplain at the National Naval Medical Center and serves on the Islamic Jurisprudence Council of North America. His master's and doctorate work at Hartford Seminary are in comparative religions, with interests in Christianity, Judaism and interreligious relations.

McManus completed a master's degree in historical ethics at Georgetown University and a doctorate in historical theology at Drew University. He has taught in secondary schools and universities for 30 years, including courses in theology, liturgy and interreligious dialogue.

Founded in 1973, the Theological Consortium of Greater Columbus is a collaborative effort of the Methodist Theological School in Ohio (United Methodist Church), the Pontifical College Josephinum (Roman Catholic Church), Trinity Lutheran Seminary (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America), and affiliate member Bexley Hall Seminary (Episcopal Church in the USA).

Out Run Autism will sponsor its sixth annual 5K Run and one-mile "fun run" Saturday, April 18, at Homestead Park, 4675 Cosgray Road, Hilliard.

Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the race starts at 10 a.m.

All proceeds stay in Ohio and will benefit charitable causes for autism, such as Central Ohio Families for Effective Autism Treatment and Recreation Unlimited.

Participants may register online at www.outrunautism.org. All participants registered by April 10 are guaranteed a T-shirt.

Call (614) 403-2987.