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Rotary Club of Lucaya presents beds to the Rand Memorial Hospital

The Rotary Club of Lucaya, in partnership with Rotary International, presented two state-of-the-art beds, Hill Rom Advance 2000, to the Rand Memorial Hospital on Friday. (PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF LUCAYA)

The Rotary Club of Lucaya, in partnership with Rotary International, presented two state-of-the-art beds, Hill Rom Advance 2000, to the Rand Memorial Hospital on Friday. In attendance were officials from the Rand, Sr. Assistant Administrator, Sharone Saint and Principal Nursing Officer, Cherlyn Bain and Club President Carol Rolle, Community Service, Director Billy Jane Ferguson and…
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BTC committed to being optimum telecommunications provider

BTC Northern Bahamas hosted a launch reception for a number of its business clients to introduce its newest smartphone, the Samsung S8 and S8 Plus. The event was held at the company’s headquarters on Pioneer’s Way. Pictured second left is Eldri Ferguson-Mackey, VP of the BTC Northern Bahamas and LeTeasha H. Ingraham-Lord (right), Marketing and Public Relations, Northern Bahamas with a few of their business associates. (PHOTOS: SHAYNE STUBBS)

Friday (May 12) evening, during an exclusive launch of its newest smart phone devices, the Samsung 8 and Samsung 8 Plus, BTC headquarters was the place to be, as the products were introduced to the company’s business clientele for the very first time. Boasting of being the premier telecommunications company within The Bahamas, Eldri Ferguson-Mackey,…
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St. George lauds ‘win-win’ East End port project

SARAH ST. GEORGE, is pictured looking smart, wearing a ship vest on the occasion of another recent venture in Grand Bahama, the Tugboat Inauguration and Christening ceremony at the Freeport Harbour, a day prior to the HOA signing between Carnival Cruise Line and the Government of The Bahamas.

From the Office of the Chairman of the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), at the historic heads of agreement signing for the East Grand Bahama Port project last week, came praise for a “win-win” development. At the event, Tuesday past, at the Grand Lucayan Hotel, Sarah St. George said the project is a “win-win” undertaking,…
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Chances Games is not closing its doors

Raymond R.H Culmer (left)

Raymond R.H. Culmer, CEO of Jarol Investments Ltd. and Chances Games, in an interview with this daily on Wednesday, April 26, dispelled recent rumors that Chances Games would be shutting down. “Chances is not shutting down,” declared Culmer. “Staff and customers can be assured that we are here to stay.” He added that Chances does…
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