Dr. Kavala hailed as ‘a good doctor’

THE GRAND FINALE – Dr. Malik Kavala and his wife hosted their final Annual Senior Citizen Luncheon at St. Stephens Anglican Parish Grounds in Bartlett Hill Eight Mile Rock. Hundreds of senior citizens enjoyed the event and paid tribute to Dr. Kavala and his family for their years of service to the community. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The Grand Bahama community recently gathered in fellowship to celebrate with local physician, Dr. Malik Kavala, at his 22nd Annual Senior Citizen Luncheon at St. Stephens Anglican Parish grounds, Bartlett Hill Eight Mile Rock. Kavala noted that this year marked 35 years since he and his family came to Eight Mile Rock, and this luncheon…
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Training leaders today for tomorrow

REGINALD DEAN, District Commissioner

Scout Association of The Bahamas (Grand Bahama) District Commissioner Reginald Dean, recently conducted a training seminar for Scout Troop Leaders in preparation for an International General Information Course, which will be held in Nassau, New Providence. Keen on improving, upgrading and advancing the training of the Scout Leaders, who play a pivotal role in engaging…
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National Park Day attracts thousands in celebration of Earth Day

PARK DAY – In this photo snake handling demonstration, carefully spearheaded by Ellsworth Weir, Parks Manager, Bahamas National Trust, Grand Bahama, who gave persons the opportunity to learn more about the Abaco Boa constrictor, who he shared is quite harmless, despite popular belief. (PHOTOS: JAIMIE SMITH)

While observed internationally on April 22, Earth Day was celebrated in grand style throughout the Commonwealth on April 21, as across seven islands and ten national parks were open to all, free of charge to encourage residents and guests alike, to learn more about their local parks, while at the same time, celebrate Earth Day.…
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