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NIB staff member praised for true customer service

Dillis Greene

While the weather, last week, was undesirable to many, one Grand Bahama resident shared that this past Thursday, she experienced a “ray of sunshine” during a visit to the local National Insurance Board (NIB). Dillis Greene, a registered nurse suffered a debilitating injury while on the job over a decade ago and has since endured…
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Former mentor inspires future female leaders

MENTORS – Rachel’s Daughters International Girls Mentoring Ministry invited guest speaker Bernadine McIntosh-Zimmerman (center), who is pictured with Beverley Mather, founder and director, Rachael’s Daughter’s Mentoring Girls Ministry (left) and Madeline Stubbs, Assistant Director, Rachel’s Daughters Mentoring Girls International Ministry right.

The Rachel’s Daughters International Girls Mentoring Group recently welcomed former mentor turned author, Bernadette McIntosh-Zimmerman. Beverley Mather, director of Rachael’s Daughters’ Mentoring Girls Ministry shared that welcoming McIntosh-Zimmerman to their weekly meeting, which was at the Susan J. Wallace Community Center, was a delight. “Rachel’s Daughters’ Mentoring Ministry has been in existence, now, for over…
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ROYO’s 8th Annual Men United March a success

UNITED – Several youth groups, civic organizations, clergymen and government officials, including Member of Parliament for Pineridge, Rev. Frederick McAlpine, joined Dudley Seide of Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) on Whit Monday (May 21) for the Annual Men United March. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The overcast skies on Whit Monday holiday did not put a damper on the Eighth Annual Men United March, named in honor of veteran educator Dr. Cecil Thompson. Assembling bright and early at the Lucaya Cricket Club a number of youth, civic, government and church groups joined in solidarity to march for awareness of many…
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31 successfully complete Nursing Cadet Program

NURSING CADETS – Under the theme, ‘Nursing: Committed to Excellence,’ 31 young ladies participated in the 2018 Grand Bahama Health Services and Ministry of Health’s Nursing Cadet Program Closing Ceremony at the Rand Memorial Hospital Foyer on Thursday (May 17) afternoon. The cadets, high school students from public and private learning institutions throughout the island, were encouraged to remain committed to excellence. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Under the theme, ‘Nursing: Committed to Excellence,’ 31 young ladies participated in the 2018 Grand Bahama Health Services and Ministry of Health’s Nursing Cadet Program Closing Ceremony at the Rand Memorial Hospital Foyer on Thursday (May 17) afternoon. The cadets, high school students from public and private learning institutions throughout the island, were encouraged to…
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