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Fearon community gets computer centre

Published:Saturday | January 25, 2014 | 6:25 PM

Residents in the rural community of Fearon, located in North West Clarendon, now have access to a home work and computer centre.

The Fearon Community Homework and Computer Centre was set up at a cost of $2 million which was financed by the Universal Service Fund.

The centre, which is being housed at the Church of God in Christ, boasts 10 computers and other equipment that will be used to provide training, Internet and printing services.

Technology Minister Phillip Paulwell says the facility underscores the Government’s plan to bring full Internet service to all communities.

He urged community leaders to ensure that the centre is utilised for educational purposes.


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