of the things we have consistently done
here at TLC, is look for new and better
ways of improving the services we offer
to the community.
2004, one of the criticism I heard most
often from elderly Liberians, is that
they feel excluded, because they also
want to stay abreast with current events
in Liberia and communities abroad, but
they like many others, do not have access
to the Internet.
response to this need, I am pleased to
say that in this first quarter of 2005,
we have taken the website to another level,
with the publication and release of the
first paper edition of TLC Africa Magazine.
new full color paper magazine will be
publish quarterly. The March issue contains
44 pages of important articles, photos
and stories featured on the website. We
also included other interesting material
that we reserved only for publication
in the Magazine.
Magazine can be purchased online for $12.00
which includes shipping, and $10.00 locally
in the Maryland area.
you have parents and other relatives like
my mother, who insist I print and deliver
to her regularly, information from the
web site, you may want to consider purchasing
subscriptions of the Magazine for them.
We will mail the Magazine directly to
Africa Magazine 1st Paper
in sections of the March issue?
Togo's Faure Gnassingbe, another illegitimate
contenders for the next president of
the Republic of Liberia
Liberians - The 2005 Vote by James W.
John W. Blaney III - Diplomat of the year
by Arthur Dennis
Photo Album: Monrovia Under Siege
by Joseph G. Richards
sections include: Entertainment; Health;
Immigration and an Obituary section
because TLC Magazine would be incomplete
Buy an individual copy or an annual subscription
for yourself, a family member or friend
and help keep others informed on what
is happening in Liberia, West Africa and
our communities abroad. "Remember
Information is Power"