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Second Annual Art Fusion to benefit Genesis Academy

Residents attend the first Art Fusion event last year.

‘The Journey,’ the theme chosen for this year’s Rotary Club of Sunset Annual Art Fusion event is one which organizers feel is fitting, as it is a transition in one’s life that all must experience at some point or another. With part proceeds from the event earmarked for Genesis Academy, Rotary Club of Sunset fund-raising…
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Pintard-Smith elected new chairman NACB local branch

Registered Nurse Therell Pintard-Smith

The Nurses Association of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas (Grand Bahama Branch) recently held elections, which saw Registered Nurse (RN) Therell Pintard-Smith successfully emerging as the chairperson, essentially retiring the old guard and injecting a new slate of fresh-faced, young nurses who are full of ideas and prepared to work. Created to strengthen nursing practices…
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Rotary Club of Sunrise ‘Cigar Night’ set for this weekend

The Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise announced that it is hosting its Seventh Annual Cigar Night on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Grand Lucayan. Pictured during the announcement from left are Jamie Rose, chairman of this year’s event; Eldri Ferguson-Mackey, Vice President of BTC Northern Bahamas and Felix Roy Bow Jr. President of the Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise. (PHOTO: ABRIA COOPER)

The Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise is hosting its Seventh Annual Cigar Night on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Grand Lucayan. Representatives from the club discussed the upcoming event during a press conference on Thursday, May 18 at the Grand Lucyan Manor House. Jamie Rose, of the Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise…
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AIDS education and prevention is a must all year round

The executive membership of the HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (HASB), a non- profit organization has and continues to be an advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention throughout the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, but more specifically, right here on the island of Grand Bahama. Pictured with health care facilitators at the Rand Memorial Hospital (RMH) are Kevin Thompson-Delancy (center), HASB founder; Sharon Williams (third right), RMH Administrator and Tina Roberts (seocnd left). (PHOTO: TFN)

The executive membership of the HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (HASB), a non- profit organization has and continues to be an advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention throughout the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, but more specifically, right here on the island of Grand Bahama. As the disease knows no color, sex or creed, and is one that…
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