100 new refrigerators donated to Grand Bahama homeowners

DELIVERED – With the help of NGOs like the Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation (GBDRF), scores of residents are turning keys to their homes again. The foundation has also assisted 100 homeowners by donating new refrigerators to residents from East to West Grand Bahama. Refrigerators were prepared for delivery with the help of the Grand Bahama Port Authority volunteers – Leroy Pinder, Robert Williams and Carlton Gibson.

Over the past several weeks, the Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation (GBDRF), the charitable arm of the Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited (GBPA), along with GBPA volunteers, have distributed brand new refrigerators to more than 100 homeowners in communities across the island - yet another step toward turning local houses into homes.  The effort is…
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66 residents successfully completes NNWC training

CONGRATULATIONS – Sixty-six residents successfully completed the National Neighbourhood Watch Council (NNWC) training recently and were presented with their certificates during a special ceremony on Friday, February 28. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Keeping neighbourhoods safe is a priority for the National Neighbourhood Watch Council (NNWC) and 66 Grand Bahama residents were of the same mind set. The group, which successfully completed training received their certification on Friday, February 28 in a grand ceremony.  The graduation exercise was held at the Police Training College and to the delight…
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GB Scholarship Forum providing options for higher education

FORUM – Maurissa Russell (right), Kermit Saunders Jr. (centre) and Anya Hanna (left) joined forces to organize the second Scholarship Forum to be held this week for persons interested in furthering their education. (PHOTO COURTESY OF MAURISSA RUSSELL)

In an effort to promote education in Grand Bahama, residents are invited to the Grand Bahama Scholarship Forum to examine their options in higher education this week, set for Wednesday, March 18, at Pelican Bay Resort beginning at 6:30 p.m.  Bahamas Institute of Business and Technology (BTVI) Marketing Coordinator Maurissa Russell, who is also the…
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Princess Court Ministries 2020 session reinforces its message of purity

2020 SESSION UNDERWAY – Princess Court Ministries’ Executive Director Stephanie Burrows, seated centre, encouraged young ladies throughout the island to join the programme, which is already underway at Central Zion Baptist Church, Eight Mile Rock, Eight. Also pictured from left are Leading Lady Elvira McIntosh; Youth Coordinator Carla Brown-Roker and at right is Leading Lady Deborah Pratt. (PHOTO: JUELANDA THOMPSON)

The importance of sexual purity remains the message at the forefront for the Princess Court Ministries and its Executive Director, Stephanie Burrows, who continues to impress upon young ladies to abstain from sexual intercourse until marriage. Inspiring the young ladies to enhance their spiritual life has become paramount for the Princess Court Team, which will…
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