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MP tours schools

Member of Parliament for Pineridge, Rev. Frederick McAlpine checked on the progress of repairs that are currently underway at the Jack Hayward Junior High School and Hugh Campbell Primary, during a tour of the schools in his constituency, Monday (August 21) morning. At right McAlpine speaks with the contractors carrying out the repairs at both schools. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Finalization of back-to-school preparations has swung into full gear inclusive of maintenance repairs at Hugh W. Campbell Primary School and Jack Hayward Junior High School, which Rev. Frederick McAlpine Member of Parliament for Pineridge had an opportunity to assess firsthand on Monday, August 21, 2017. Less than two weeks remain before students and teachers alike…
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GBCH 40th Anniversary celebrations geared toward highlighting generous donors

The Grand Bahama Children’s Home (GBCH, this year, celebrates 40 years of being a safe haven, a place of refuge and comfort for thousands of children in the Northern Bahamas. Having recently received a generous donation of an industrial generator from Fidelity Bank Bahamas this past Friday, August 18, co-chair of the GBCH’s 40th Anniversary…
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Glass named Rotarian of the Year

Rotarian of the Year Award being presented to Donald Glass by outgoing president Carol Rolle (Rotary Club of Lucaya) for the year 2016 to 2017.

Before the sunset cast a brilliant glow on a phenomenal year at the helm of the Rotary Club of Lucaya, Immediate Past President Carol Rolle bestowed the award of Rotarian of the Year (2016/2017) on the shoulders of humanitarian and businessman, Donald Glass. Exemplifying the characteristics of a true gentleman with an unwavering commitment to…
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Stileet debuts Bahamian Rake ‘n’ Scrape at Caribbean Carnival 2017

Bahamian recording artist Desmardo ‘Stileet’ Finley poses with several Bahamians sporting the country’s national colors and the Bahamian flag, last week in Jacksonville, Florida, where he performed at the 2017 Jacksonville, Florida Caribbean Carnival. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF STILEET)

Bahamian recording artist Desmardo ‘Stileet’ Finley has masterfully performed indigenous rake ‘n’ scrape music on stages locally and internationally for the past decade. Maintaining high-energy combined with clever lyricism and the rhythmic call and answer of the goat skinned drum and raking saw helped Stileet to capture the full attention of patrons at the 2017…
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