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WEB-O-TECH COMPETITION AT THE “CENTRE DU SAVOIR”

The Acadian Peninsula Web-O-Tech competition regional finals were held Saturday, April 3, 2004, at the Acadian Peninsula’s Centre du Savoir, in Paquetville.

Web-O-Tech is first and foremost an introductory course to computers, specifically designed for 10 to 14 year olds. The curriculum includes names of computer parts, basic Windows shortcuts, computer terminology and general use of Word, PowerPoint, FrontPage, Internet Explorer, etc. 

Some of the young people who attended Web-O-Tech training sessions and who completed the learning modules took part in a local competition, through which a winner was chosen in each participating CAC.

Finalists included Raphaël Albert, from Shippagan, Martin Savoie, from Bas-Caraquet, Jonathan Levinski, from Bertrand, Marie-Josée Landry, from Inkerman, Josée Haché, from St-Isidore and Jonathan Duguay, from Ste-Rose.

Acadian Peninsula finalists are Raphaël Albert, from Shippagan (1st place) and Martin Savoie, from Bas-Caraquet (2nd place). Both will represent the Acadian Peninsula at the provincial finals in Fredericton, on April 16, 2004, where they will be defending their title against other finalists from New Brunswick’s South-East, Restigouche-Chaleur, and North-West regions.

Judges for the Acadian Peninsula competition were Mrs. Fernande Comeau, Mrs. Céline Kenny and Mr. Venance Thériault, manager at the Community Access Center - Centre du Savoir .

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