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WBCN - MR SPEAKER'S SPOTLIGHT - Althemese Barnes
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Publish-date-icon September 26, 2009
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As founder and current Executive Director of The Riley Center/Museum Mrs. Althemese Barnes is leader in educating about the importance and value of historic preservation. Mrs. Barnes holds a Master of Science degree from Florida A&M University and has worked for the Florida Department of Education, the Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security, and Lincoln High School. She is the recipient of many awards and works on several committees that deal with historic preservation. The Riley Center/Museum is located in the historic Riley House in downtown Tallahassee. This house is the only African American historic home in Northwest Florida that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Nestled among beautiful shaded trees and quietness that seem to embellish the incommunicable past, the historic home represents the thriving black neighborhood that once existed in what is now the downtown area of Tallahassee. Website: www.rileymuseum.org Website: www.faahpn.com Phone: 850.681.7881

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