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Falcons Boys’ Club mission continues after 23 years

GIVING BACK – Hundreds of young men on the island were recipients of new clothes and shoes among other items that were generously donated by a number of individuals and organizations, both locally and abroad. The giveaway took place during the Falcons Boys’ Club 23rd Anniversary celebration held on the Community Centre grounds recently. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Positively impacting the lives of young men on the island of Grand Bahama over two-plus decades, the Falcons Boys’ Club celebrated its 23rd year of existence recently, with a grand event on the grounds of its home site, Champs Community Centre, West Sunrise Highway.  Hundreds of boys enrolled in the programme left with both tangible…
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Rotarians disaster relief efforts impacting lives throughout the island

ASSISTANCE CONTINUE – Rotarians from the five clubs on the island continue to assists residents impacted by Hurricane Dorian back in September 2019, with much-needed supplies. Rotary International has contributed some $1.3 million in assistance since the storm’s passing. (PHOTO COURTESY OF ROTARY CLUBS IN GB)

The Rotary International organization in Grand Bahama has reportedly received over $1 million dollars in donations for Hurricane Dorian relief efforts, revealed a report during the weekly luncheon meeting on Tuesday, February 11, when members from the five clubs – Freeport, Lucaya, Sunrise, Sunset and Grand Bahama – came together for an update on their…
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HASB’s 2020 Candlelight Memorial to take on a ‘down home’ feel

KEVIN THOMPSON-DELANCY, HASB, Founder

HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (HASB) GB team announced yesterday – Wednesday, February 12 – that they are gearing up for the 2020 International AIDS Candlelight Memorial, which is scheduled for Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Sea Grape on Sunday, May 17, beginning at 7:00 p.m. According to the organizations founder, Kevin Thompson Delancy, Esq. J.P., HIV/AIDS activist…
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Grand Lucayan HoA sale signing set for March 2, say PM

Dr. Hubert Minnis, Prime Minister of The Bahamas

In his first National Report post-Hurricane Dorian – Tuesday, February 11 – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced that a Heads of Agreement (HOA) will be signed for the sale of The Grand Lucayan Resort and Casino property on March 2.  Noting that the survival of the second and third most populated islands in The…
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