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Dixon, Simms and Clarke top three in JA Speech finals

 WINNERS – Three dynamic female orators dominated this year’s annual JA Grand Bahama Speech Competition. Pictured from left to right are De’Janell Dixon, Kia Simms and Keturah Clarke, first, second and third place winners, respectively.

Under the theme, ‘Forty years Achieving the Vision,’ Junior Achievement (JA) Grand Bahama held its annual speech competition finals (Monday, February 18) at the Wallace Groves Auditorium, with 15 of Grand Bahama’s best orators captivating the judges and audience as they all eloquently verbalized how JA Bahamas has achieved the vision of JA International for…
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Pilot Club of Lucaya honours unsung heroes

PILOT CLUB DONATION – The Pilot Club of Lucaya recently presented a local caregiver with a token of appreciation for all she does for her loved one. Pictured from left to right Shevanthae Griffin-Longay, Karen Ferguson-Bain, Toni Hudson-Bannister (President-Elect), Angela Burrows, LaToya Smith- Rolle, recipient, Betty Smith (President), Ethel Laing, Mavis Ward, Keira Cox, Suezette Basden and Nicole Colebrooke.

The Pilot Club of Lucaya continued its monthly ‘Pick Me Up Caregivers’ donation recently, where members seek to identify unsung heroes (caregivers) who give and go above and beyond the call of duty, to serve those in their care. This month the club presented a token of appreciation to two sisters that continue to provide…
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Lewis: Mid-March opening for Smith’s Point

IRAM LEWIS, PS in the Ministry of Public Works

No later than mid-March the public will be able to access Smith’s Point in its entirety, said Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Public Works, Iram Lewis, Member of Parliament for Central Grand Bahama. Last year this daily reported that the installation of security railings was needed to complete the project, since then the railings…
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Day Care Kindergarten preschoolers celebrate Bahamian pride

BAHAMIAN GEMS – Students, staff and teachers of Day Care Kindergarten celebrated “Bahamian Pride,” during an eventful day on the school grounds on February 7. The students were smartly dressed in colours representative of all things Bahamian. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Students, staff and teachers of Day Care Kindergarten celebrated “Bahamian Pride,” during an eventful day on the school grounds on February 7. The students were smartly dressed in colours representative of all things Bahamian. Principal of Day Care Kindergarten, Genetha Russell said that, this year, they decided to move out of the box. “We usually…
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