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DR. Samuel Joseph: 2011 St. Patrick’s Day Lecture

The Montserrat Reporter congratulates Dr. Samuel Joseph on his intellectual achievements and more specifically for presenting the 2011 Annual St. Patrick’s Day Lecture.  Reports claim that the lecture was well attended and that the topic, “Education: The Key to Unshackle us from the Bonds of Economic Slavery”, was expertly delivered and well received.

The Montserrat Reporter recognizing its responsibility to chronicle events, ideas and people, as Montserrat evolves. We gladly present the photographs of Dr. Joseph, and the audience at the 2011 Annual St. Patrick’s Day event.

The Montserrat Reporter  wishes to inform the public that it has a greater responsibility to preserve for historical posterity events, ideas and people as they evolve. The Newspaper is still the only institution within the media that will preserve our history trapped in time. We therefore invite both government and people everywhere to use the newspaper to share information with the current generation and to preserve it for the future generation.

The Montserrat Reporter thanks all those who have contributed to the effort, and continues to contribute.

An invitation is extended to Dr. Samuel Joseph and others to use the newspaper to disseminate information and education, where it can be presented and preserved at our libraries, schools and the wide world, for ever.

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The Montserrat Reporter congratulates Dr. Samuel Joseph on his intellectual achievements and more specifically for presenting the 2011 Annual St. Patrick’s Day Lecture.  Reports claim that the lecture was well attended and that the topic, “Education: The Key to Unshackle us from the Bonds of Economic Slavery”, was expertly delivered and well received.

The Montserrat Reporter recognizing its responsibility to chronicle events, ideas and people, as Montserrat evolves. We gladly present the photographs of Dr. Joseph, and the audience at the 2011 Annual St. Patrick’s Day event.

The Montserrat Reporter  wishes to inform the public that it has a greater responsibility to preserve for historical posterity events, ideas and people as they evolve. The Newspaper is still the only institution within the media that will preserve our history trapped in time. We therefore invite both government and people everywhere to use the newspaper to share information with the current generation and to preserve it for the future generation.

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The Montserrat Reporter thanks all those who have contributed to the effort, and continues to contribute.

An invitation is extended to Dr. Samuel Joseph and others to use the newspaper to disseminate information and education, where it can be presented and preserved at our libraries, schools and the wide world, for ever.