Local shipping agent assists with Bahamas Samaritan’s Feet initiative

Seacor Island Lines, LLC has once again lent a helping hand to a worthy cause, by doing their part to assist in having a large quantity of brand-new shoes, shipped to the island of Grand Bahama, for distribution to students enrolled in public schools in East Grand Bahama. The local shipping company again partnered with…
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NABSD host week-long activities throughout GB

FEEDING PROGRAMME – Members of the NABSD are pictured serving residents at the Evangeline Jervis Community Centre.

The National Association of Black Scuba Divers (NABSD) kicked off their week of community service projects on Grand Bahama with a feeding initiative at the Freeport Seventh-Day Adventist Church on Monday (November 5). Assistant Manager of the Ministry of Tourism, Grand Bahama Office Karenda Swain spoke about the group’s purpose on the island. She stated…
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Bethel and Ingraham win 12th Annual Religious Knowledge Speech Competition

TOP SPEAKER – Sierra Bethel of Martin Town Primary School won the Ministry of Education Science and Technology Western District Primary School Religious Knowledge Speech Competition that took place on Wednesday, November 7 in the training room of the C. A. Smith Building. See more photos on Page 5. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Under the theme, ‘The Missing Peace,’ Ministry of Education, GB held its 12th Annual Religious Knowledge Speech Competition at the C. A. Smith building November 6 and 7. This year, the Ministry of Education widened the entry of students to not only cover the Eastern and Western District of Grand Bahama, but Bimini as well.…
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Local artists highlighting the plight of women at art exhibition

Art piece by artist Claudette Dean

As the American born ME TOO movement has brought the treatment of females into the global spotlight, women in The Bahamas are also emphasizing aspects of the female experience through various mediums. Five of Grand Bahama’s resident female artists are coming together in sisterhood to present their interpretations of women empowerment at an art exhibit…
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