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EGB Back-to-School Giveaway continues to assist students

Over 100 students residing in various communities in Eastern Grand Bahama received back-to-school supplies last month, prior to the start of the 2017/2018 academic school year, courtesy of the East End Non-Denominational Evangelistic Team.

Over 100 students residing in various communities in Eastern Grand Bahama received back-to-school supplies last month, prior to the start of the 2017/2018 academic school year. Over a three day period, the East End Non-Denominational Evangelistic Team, ‘Winning the Lost At Any Cost’ Program, headed by Chairman pastor Pedison Baillou was able to organize the…
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Tornado ravaged families are beneficiaries of partnership

Our Grand Bahama (OGB), BTC, The Red Cross and HeadKnowles Foundation fulfilled their promise of providing post-Hurricane Irma relief to persons affected by the storm, yesterday. Representatives from each of the civic organizations and corporate partner are pictured, during the presentations Wednesday, September 13.

Tornado ravaged families living throughout Imperial Park and Imperial Gardens received much-needed assistance thanks to the combined efforts of BTC Each One, Reach One Initiative with Our Grand Bahama (OGB), The Red Cross, Central and Local Government on Wednesday, September 13. BTC Care Packages outfitted with portable stoves (butane), toiletries, fresh baked bread, non-perishable goods,…
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Dre’s Uniform Drive dresses 20-plus students for classroom

As students returned to the classroom on Monday, September 4 the burden of finding uniforms was made easy through Dre’s Uniform Drive, which assisted 20-plus students from Walter Parker Primary, Freeport Primary, Hugh Campbell Primary and Maurice Moore Primary with uniforms.

Dre’s Uniform Drive was able to assist over 20 students with school uniforms, when the new school year began September 4. Coordinator of the drive, Deidre Lundy-Rose, spoke about the initiative’s accomplishments during an interview with The Freeport News the first day of school – Monday, September 4. Lundy-Rose said that they received a little…
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Rotarians and partners were ready to assist residents ahead of storm

Rotarians, Pilot members and their partners were on hand to assist with distribution of water ahead of Hurricane Irma.

All systems were a go at the Grand Bahama Emergency Water Relief Foundation (Rotary Water Plant) on Wednesday, September 6, as Rotary Club District 6990 Associate Assistant Governor and Plant Manager Mike Stafford and Rotary Club Assistant Plant Manager Billy Jane Ferguson began necessary service preparations ahead of Hurricane Irma. Extending an invitation to other…
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