World Harvest Christian Academy recently received help from HUD's Ohio Office, which provided 20 excess computers ready for pick-up by the Academy School. The faith-based Academy includes day care, elementary and high schools, and a Bible College.
|Ohio State Office IT Specialist Marie Powers and Community Builder Randolph Wilson (far right) assist Jeffrey Marshall, Administrator with final inventory of computers for the school.|
As a result of their outreach and coordination, outdated HUD hardware will be transformed into a gateway of modern learning, enabling the Academy to place one PC in each of its elementary school classrooms.
Mark your calendar for tomorrow, February 28th, for the closing program of Blacks in Government, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2001 African American History Month celebration.
The program, at 10:00 AM in the HUD Cafeteria, will feature Greenfair Moses, Performer, music by Rose M. Patrick of NoteAble Performances, accompanied by Minister Dwayne Montgomery of DME Records.
Enjoy images from the February 22 African American History Month "Gospel Extravaganza" featuring High School Choirs from the Metropolitan area, including:
|Secretary Martinez and BIG African American History Month committee chair Vanessa Void-Taylor were part of a large crowd of headquarters employees who enjoyed the Gospel Extravaganza||Shawne Boddie, Director, dance ministry, New Samaritan Baptist Church; (standing) Garland Allen, Master of Ceremonies|