Hendry Sheriff's Office To Meet Edison Students
LABELLE, FL. -- The Mass Communications Class at Edison State College, LaBelle, Florida presents for the first time: a ''Sheriff's
Forum'' Friday October 16th at 3 p.m. Axl Jones, Facilitator and panel members Tiffany Santiago, Keyniza Browne, Nancy Burnette,and Devon Bowman have researched questions to ask Sheriff Whidden and Lt. Susan Harrelle, Public Information Officer about crime concerns in Hendry County.
Edison State College Students are also invited to participate in the event. Nancy Burnette is the official hostess and will greet the news media at the front of the college. The social committee includes Tiffany Santiago, Marco Escalante, Mariner Perez, Darrell Cash, Keyinza Browne, Devon Bowman and T J Timms.
The Mass Communication course is an elective course that addresses, through research and application projects in public relations, internet innovations in communication, broadcast television /radio news, advertising, newspaper production, first amendment rights/laws, global communication and the impact of the ''Age of Information."
The Sheriff�s Forum is the second exploration hosted by Mass Communications students at the LaBelle campus, into various forms of the media. The first event was a news forum with Patty Brant, Editor of the Caloosa Belle. Reporter, Anahi Guerra, media relations, submitted a report and pictures for publication in the newspaper.
Following the Forum, students will meet "upfront and personal" with Sheriff Whidden and Lt. Harrelle at the Mass Communications class social.