The Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre (FRC) is observing the anniversary of the March 25, 2018 fire at its Mount Pleasant premises with the announcement of its new initiatives on the redevelopment of the building and site.
On the third anniversary of this tragic event, the FRC shares plans for the redevelopment of the property, as it continues to honour Mount Pleasant as a significant and sacred space, but more importantly, as its home.
Earlier this year the Mount Pleasant Redevelopment Advisory Committee was established as part a number of strategic initiatives for the growth of the organization.
This committee will advise and assist the FRC in the redevelopment of its property at Mount Pleasant as a national heritage museum and the central location of its administrative and programme operations.
The committee comprises an esteemed group of Saint Lucian nationals and professionals across the globe, spanning Canada, Barbados, the USA, and Paris among other locations, with expertise and competencies in global leadership, research, international networking and resource mobilization.