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Youth March highlights young people at the forefront of change

JUNIOR ACHIEVERS were among the young people participating in this year’s Annual Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture Youth Rally and March. (Photo courtesy of Derek Carroll)

The Annual Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture Youth March and Rally on Sunday, November 4 culminated the list of activities held in observance of Youth Month, October 2018. Held under the theme ‘Youth at the Forefront,’ the march began with a pep rally that was held in front of the C. A. Smith Building…
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Five local artists to showcase work at Hillside House Gallery

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Five artists from Grand Bahama – Chantal Bethel, Claudette Dean, Laurie Tuchel, Del Foxton, and Paula Boyd Farrington – will be featured in a group art exhibit titled YIN at Hillside House Gallery in Nassau, November 9 - November 30. Their work centers on the theme, ‘Yin‘ (as in Yin and Yang), each a half…
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Bethel’s Annual Book Fair continues to promote ‘the joy of reading’

CHARACTERS – Youngsters attending Bethel’s Superstore Annual Book Fair were able to interact with characters from their favourite books. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Youngsters from throughout the community were invited to explore the “secret” world of books at Bethel’s Superstore Annual Book Fair, which recently took place on the store grounds, West Mall Drive. Proprietor of Bethel’s Superstore Adrian Bethel spoke to this daily about the special event, which they have been hosting since the early 2000s. “This…
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BMES primary students bring characters to life

CHARACTERS ON PARADE – Bishop Michael Eldon Primary School hosted Literacy Day and Book Parade on Friday, November 2, where students from each grade dressed as various storybook characters. See more photos on Page 9. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Bishop Michael Eldon Primary School celebrated the climax of Library Week on Friday, November 2 with its Annual Book Character Parade, where students dressed up as their favorite book character or author for the day. Annually, the school brings the theme to life, with students from Grades 1 to 6, and this year was no…
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