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Change Conference and ordination historic for KIP Ministry founders

Pastors Omeko and Samantha Glinton

Under the theme, ‘The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste’ pastors Omeko and Samantha Glinton will host their Annual Change Conference at New Destiny Kingdom Center, Kross Town Plaza. The nightly services began last evening – Thursday, January 4 – and will climax Saturday, January 6. However, activities do not conclude until Sunday, January…
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20 participants win GB Micro and Small Business grants

GRANT PRESENTATION – Participants in the Grand Bahama Micro and Small Business Empowerment Program and Self Starter and Business Evolution were presented with their grants on Thursday, January 4 at the Office of the Prime Minister. On hand were Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard (center) and Minister of State for GB in the OPM, Sen. Kwasi Thompson (third left). (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Winners of the Grand Bahama Micro and Small Business Empowerment Program were announced, during the Self Starter and Business Evolution Grant presentation on Thursday (January 4) at the Office of the Prime Minister. Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister, Senator Kwasi Thompson said that the program was launched by Prime Minister…
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DJs, entertainers and promoters set to host benefit events for brothers in need

OUR BROTHERS’ KEEPER – Under the theme, ‘I am my Brother’s Keeper,’ disc jockeys, entertainers and promoters are joining forces for a common goal, to assist their brothers, fellow disc jockeys in need. The first event is set for this weekend at LC’s Cantena. (PHOTO: VANDYKE HEPBURN)

Under the theme, ‘I am my Brother’s Keeper,’ disc jockeys, entertainers and promoters are joining forces for a common goal, to assist their brothers, fellow disc jockeys and most importantly friends in need. As the theme suggests the group has decided to compile their creative juices and put on a dynamic two-day event to assist…
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Barnabie’s second Art Exhibition garners much participation

SUCCESSFUL SHOWING – Florida Memorial University (FMU) Visual and Performing Arts student Jemonique Barnabie recently held her Second Annual Sip and Paint Art Exhibition featuring Cultural Renaissance Artwork at the Kevin G. Tomlinson Centre of the Performing Arts After School Academy. The event was dubbed a major success. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF JEMONIQUE BARNEBIE)

Inspired by the world around her and believing in the transformative power of art, Florida Memorial University (FMU) Visual and Performing Arts student Jemonique Barnabie recently held Second Annual Sip and Paint Art Exhibition featuring Cultural Renaissance Artwork at the Kevin G. Tomlinson Centre of the Performing Arts After School Academy. Masterfully captivating the artistic…
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