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Literacy Education Drive produces 300 dictionaries for local schools

Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise President Felix Bowe Jr. recently conducted a Literacy Education Drive to promote and enhance fundamental reading development among students both at the primary and high school levels.

Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise President Felix Bowe Jr. recently conducted a Literacy Education Drive to promote and enhance fundamental reading development among students both at the primary and high school levels. The Literacy Education Drive was very successful according to Bowe Jr., who revealed that thanks to the support and efforts of those…
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GB Rotary marks 100th year

Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise was named club of the year at the Rotary Foundation celebration. Pictured are a few of the club’s members along with the club’s president Felix Roy Bowe Jr. and District 6990 Assistant Governor Deborah Delancy. (Photos by DERICK CARROLL)

Clubs of Grand Bahama are celebrating 100 years of the World Rotary Foundation’s existence. The Rotary Clubs of Grand Bahama celebrated the centennial anniversary of the World Rotary Foundation recently, in grand style, at the Ruby Swiss Restaurant. Rotarians, inclusive of the four local clubs, Freeport, Lucaya, Sunrise and Sunset along with other well wishers…
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GB teen queens introduced

Pictured (I-r) Mckell Yallop, Haley Adderlyy, Sasha Miller, Malique Bowe. The queens of the First Annual Miss Teen Grand Bahama International and Plus Pageant were recently introduced to the public.

The queens of the First Annual Miss Teen Grand Bahama International and Plus Pageant were introduced during a press conference held this past Friday (June 9). The pageant took place on May 21, 2017 at the Grand Lucayan Hotel and according to Director Dominic Russell, the beauties vied for several titles. “The main title is…
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Native cultural traditions celebrated at Festival in Ole Freetown, East GB

Fire Hearth Cooking Competition Competitors pictured with MOT Representatives, judges, and Festival Committee Members.

On Monday, June 5, the Fourth Annual Freetown Fire Hearth Food and Heritage Festival took place in Ole Freetown at Gold Rock Creek East to commemorate the native traditions of early Bahamian settlers. With a full day of activities, the event kicked off with a potato eating competition, onion peeling competition, pineapple eating competition, local…
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