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Safety Director advocates higher level of education

Mike Sweeting

In light of the recent tragedy that claimed the lives of two young men here on the island of Grand Bahama, a Safety Director is appealing to the public. On September 2, the vehicle, in which they were occupants, hit a utility pole, and resulting in their electrocution. In the aftermath, Mike Sweeting, Safety Director,…
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Falcon Boys Club center progressing

NEW FACILITY: The Falcon’s Boys Club will soon have a new center to call home. The Champs Community Center, located on Grand Bahama Highway will be the home of the longstanding boys mentoring group, under the leadership of the Club’s Director, educator Darrin Rolle. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Participants of the long standing Falcon Boys Club will soon have a new venue to call home. The boys mentoring organization’s Champs Community Center, of which ground was broken earlier this year, on May 26 has, in just a few short months made substantial progress. Accordingly, the dream of the organization’s director, Darrin Rolle, and…
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Ferguson appointed Bahamas’ CSA representative

David Ferguson, a 21-year-old Grand Bahamian was recently appointed the Bahamas’ representative to the Regional Working Group of the Commonwealth Student Association (CSA). Speaking with this daily about his newest appointment, prior to returning to pursue his degree in Biochemistry at Taylor University, Ferguson explained a bit about the CSA and what his new appointment…
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TAPP providing a jump start to college

TERREVE COLLEGE – The Administrative Team at Terreve College encourage high school students to take advantage of their TAPP Program. Pictured from left to right are Fredricka Patton-Thomas, Marketing Manager; Randall Cooper, Chief Executive Officer; Terrance Archer, Founder; Ann Marie Albury, President and Winnifred Miller, Administrator, Terreve College. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH)

High schoolers can now get a jump to their tertiary education through Terreve College’s TAPP. According to founder, Terrance Archer, not only does the learning institution offer adults the opportunity to advance their education, but young people still in high school can get an early start. The program, aptly called Terreve Advanced Placement Program (TAPP),…
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