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Briland Community Computer Center's Letario Higgs and Team In The News
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Posted by:Apr 29th 2003, 03:14:05 pm
KimberlyJust found out from Nassau that Part Two of the series airs Tuesday night [8 and 11], with specific focus on the Briland Boys Brigade and the Bluff Community Computer Center's Rosetta Hudson.

ZNS TV-13, Tuesday 29 April
Posted by:Apr 29th 2003, 12:54:17 pm
KimberlyI'd really like to thank Inspector Cunningham and Cpl. Pinder for arranging to have the Boys Brigade on hand to greet the visiting dignitaries from Nassau, Inspectors Dean and Bowe. Between the band's rousing welcome -- and the incomparable rum-raisin milkshakes from Sheena's takeaway on Bay Street -- the travelling police team was made to feel a very Briland welcome.

-- Kimberly
Posted by:Apr 29th 2003, 12:43:53 pm
Fig Tree News TeamDid anyone catch Monday night's ZNS-13 news? Long-time center user and manager Letario Higgs, Police Inspector Stephen Dean, Rotary Club East Nassau VP Herve Kelecom, Kimberly King-Burns of NetworkBahamas and Briland Modem Fund [which manages several community centers in the Out Islands], Briland district council admin Kayla Davis, Bluff local councillor Rosetta Hudson and Ministry of Tourism-Eleuthera Raymond Harrison were interviewed at the site of the Briland and Bluff community computer centers, discussing the centers' long-term impact on various educational and economic development initiatives underway in the region.

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