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MYSC Youth Month activities continue

Organizers of this year’s Youth Month activities reveal that events continue this weekend throughout the island with Block Parties from East to West Grand Bahama.

With October being observed as Youth Month, the Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture (MYSC) continues to partner with various youth leaders on the island to host various initiatives, all in an effort to showcase and highlight the positive that many young people have accomplished. For the past two weeks a number of events have…
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Growing food locally focus of World Food Day

Jack Hayward Senior High School had a variety of food and drink on display in the school foyer in honor of World Food Day.

Jack Hayward Senior High School (JHSHS) held a special assembly in observance of World Food Day at the school’s gymnasium on Monday, October 16. President and CEO of Grand Bahama Backyard Farmers, Luckner Timothee, was the guest speaker at the event. He expressed how important it is for Bahamians to start farming their own produce.…
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Feeding the children becomes a family affair

Members of the Martin family that are descendants of Luther and Emma Martin took part in an island-wide scavenger hunt, recently, in an effort to raise funds for the Feed the Children Program. Proceeds from the event were presented to Maurice Moore Primary School to assist the children in need.

Persistent low rumbling of an empty stomach alerted Maurice E. Moore Primary School Administrator Deidre Martin-Ewing to the fact that one of her students arrived to class without having the most important meal of the day, breakfast. Praying that the snack time bell would ring soon enough, giving the child the perfect opportunity to satiate…
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