Apr 28, 2011 | 2564 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
About 150 people turned out Tuesday to celebrate the grand opening of Philadelphia FIGHT’s new Computing Center. Ribbon-cutters included FIGHT executive director Jane Shull (from left), Congressman Bob Brady, Mayor Nutter, FIGHT director of education Juliet Fink and Andrew Buss, the director of public programs at the city’s Division of Technology. The center, located in FIGHT’s headquarters at 12th and Locust streets, is one of more than two-dozen computing labs the HIV/AIDS service organization will oversee as part of a program, funded by the stimulus package, expected to provide free Internet access to 15,000 city residents. Photo: Scott A. Drake
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