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December 16, 2002

Cuthbert- President Anthony Parker, elected officials, and the architect and contractor broke ground on Albany Tech's Randolph County Learning Center in Cuthbert.

The 10,000 square foot building will contain classrooms, computer labs, adult literacy programs and GED training.

"It gives an opportunity to start technical college close to where they live so they'll be likely to stay in this community and contribute their skills and time to this community, and its also good to be able to expand our literacy program," says Albany Tech President Dr. Anthony Parker.

Parker says the center is scheduled to be up and running by August of 2003.

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