Kids helping kids

KIDS HELPING KIDS – Freeport Bible Academy Head Boy Quinton Levarity II smiles brightly along with classmates Nariah Ellis and Layla Leathen, as they present Camp Good Days Directors Terry and Dorothy Goldsmith with funds raised to help a child battling cancer attend the camp in New York this summer. Pictured are GB Cancer Society President Lorine Miller; Little Warrior Campaign founder Davina Rutherford, Levarity, Ellis, Leathen and the Goldsmiths. (PHOTO COURTESY ALLISON LEVARITY)

Freeport Bible Academy (FBA) Head boy Quinton J. Levarity II along with his classmates Layla Leathen and Nariah Ellis on Tuesday, January 23, donated $700.00 to the Cancer Society of Grand Bahama (GBCS) to aid the travel of a child battling cancer to Camp Good Days, New York, USA this summer. Recently, Levarity became a…
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The 17th Annual Grand Bahama Christmas Bird Count

THE COUNT – Pictured are GB Birders, Woody Bracey’s (second from left) West End Team with Martha Cartwright, Becky Marvil, Gena Granger, Tonia Ferguson, Melanie Darvill and Rudy Sawyer. (PHOTO COURTESY OF ERIKA GATES)

For the past 17 years Grand Bahama has participated in the so-called “Christmas Bird Count” (CBC), a census that began 116 years ago in the United States and now includes all the Canadian Provinces, the Caribbean,The Bahamas, South America as well as several Pacific Islands. On a chosen day between December 15 and January 5…
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In the Middle sheds light of truth on marriage

Samantha Forbes and Kenrick Blatch

Marriage is an ordained, honorable union orchestrated by God, which takes focused commitment to grow and thrive. Since the beginning of time, marital relationships have been under attack and In the Middle written by playwright Samantha Forbes and directed by Kenrick Blatch, co-founders of I.D. Entity Performing Arts Company staged at the Regency Theatre January…
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Sport Fishing Tournaments another aspect of West End development

PHILLIP WARD and MIKE HAYHURST , Deadman’s Reef Fishing Village Developers

Developers of the Seaward Fishing Village, while on island, recently, discussed the developments of the proposed Fishing Village in the Deadman’s Reef community, one which they are of the view will attract further investment and ultimately enhance Grand Bahama’s economic landscape. Phillip Ward and Mike Hayhurst, developers of the village, where work originally started in…
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