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Elnet Maritime donates computers to Bartlett Hill Primary School

LAPTOPS DONATED – Elnet Maritime presented five laptops to Computer teacher, George Mills (left), at the Bartlett Hill Primary School, earlier this week. The laptops were donated to the school’s Computer Lab to assist with the resources required to properly train young students who are learning how to use computers and technology. Also pictured with the students are Elnet’s Vice President and Manager, Human Resources Janet Shepard (right) and Assistant Operations Manager, Patricia Rolle (second left). (Photo courtesy of Elnet Maritime)

Elnet Maritime presented five laptops to Computer teacher, George Mills, at the Bartlett Hill Primary School, earlier this week. The laptops were donated to the school’s Computer Lab to assist with the resources required to properly train young students who are learning how to use computers and technology. On hand to make the presentation were…
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Former president of Hillside Investment passes

RED DASHER 1995 – A lucky and excited Myrna Anzalone of Florida, was flown to Freeport on The Colombian and Paris in The Bahamas jet to receive the keys for her dream car – ‘Red Dasher.’ Pictured from left are Peter Adderley, Marketing Director; Jim McKinney, co-owner, Hillside Investment Co. Ltd.; Myrna Anzalone, winner; Wayne Chee-A-Tow, Managing Director and Bruce Chee-A-Tow, Technician, Computer and Maintenance Manager. (PHOTO: TFN)

After a long battle with illness, former President of Hillside Investments Wayne Chee-A-Tow, died late last month, August, 2018. Chee-A-Tow and the Hillside top brand retail stores once located in the International Bazaar and Port Lucaya Marketplace, rose to prominence back in the late 1990s with the popular ‘Red Dasher’ Christmas promotion. One of the…
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Sister Cities International elects Moxey to the National Board of Directors

GINGER MOXEY

Sister Cities International (SCI) elected Ginger Moxey, Social Entrepreneur of The Bahamas and dedicated citizen diplomat, to its Board of Directors on August 3, 2018 at the 2018 Annual Conference in Aurora, Colorado. Moxey was elected by Sister Cities International’s members: cities, counties, states, and other communities in the United States and abroad. “Sister Cities…
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GBPA 2018 Summer Student Program a success

DOING OUR PART WITHIN THE G.B. COMMUNITY – Dr. Telina Smith (pictured center), Human Resources Manager of the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), celebrated the successful conclusion of GBPA’s 2018 Summer Student Employment Program. For over 40 years, GBPA has conducted its summer student paid employment program, providing Grand Bahamian high school and university students with the opportunity to experience real, hands-on work within the corporate world. Pictured, are students from the third and last cycle to participate in the program this year, which hosts a total of three, four week cycles each summer. (Photo courtesy of the GBPA)

For over 40 years, the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) has conducted its summer student employment program, providing Grand Bahamian high school and university students the opportunity to experience real, hands-on work within the corporate world. GBPA began this program with the intent to create a structured environment where youth are able to learn valuable…
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