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‘I believe in you, so reach for the stars’ School Tour hits GB

SCHOOL TOUR – Bahamian recording artist Julien Thompson also known as ‘Julien Believe,’ left along with a group of his fellow Bahamian superstars stopped by a number of schools on Grand Bahama for a motivational pep rally.  (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Bahamian recording artist Julien Thompson, better known as Julien Believe travelled to Grand Bahama earlier this week along with a number of his friends and colleagues of The Compass Group, to host the ‘I believe in you, so reach for the stars’ School Tour. While on the island the group made stops at a number of schools between March 20…
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Treat from ‘seafarers’ for GBCH little darlings

DEFENCE FORCE DONATION – Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Northern Command officers recently “braved the high seas” and traveled to Grand Bahama delivering treats and gifts of love to the little darlings of the Grand Bahama Children’s Home (GBCH). (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Northern Command officers recently “braved the high seas” and traveled to Grand Bahama delivering treats and gifts of love to the little darlings of the Grand Bahama Children’s Home (GBCH). Equipped with an “armory full” of delicious snacks, RBDF Chief Petty Officer Fredrick Smith, who led a team from the…
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Captain Mickey Mouse surprises residents at GB Children’s Home

SURPRISE – Captain Mickey Mouse surprised the young residents at the Grand Bahama Children’s Home, during a recent visit to the island. (PHOTOS: JAIMIE SMITH)

Representatives from Disney Cruise Line surprised children at the Grand Bahama Children’s Home on Tuesday afternoon, where a special appearance was made by the company’s long-standing mascot, Captain Mickey Mouse. As the young residents of the Home were told by Executive Director, Shelia Johnson- Smith that she had a surprise for them on their return…
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SMPRJHS celebrates Language Arts Week

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY – Students, staff and faculty of Sister Mary Patricia Russell Junior High School (SMPRJHS) commenced their Language Arts Week Monday (March 19) morning with a special assembly, where they welcomed Janice Pinder, vice principal of Jack Hayward Senior High School as guest speaker. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF SMPJHS)

Students, staff and faculty of Sister Mary Patricia Russell Junior High School (SMPRJHS) commenced their Language Arts Week Monday (March 19) morning with a special assembly, where they welcomed Janice Pinder, vice principal of Jack Hayward Senior High School as guest speaker. Under the theme, ‘English for Life: Culture and Business,’ Pinder encouraged the students…
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