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Certification for students through BTVI Program

Ivan Butler (left), District Superintendent for West Grand Bahama District; Titi McKenzie-Moss (center), principal of The Beacon School and Henry St. George (right), Vice President of the GBPA, were on hand as seven students received their BTVI certificates for completing Phase II of a training program.

The first two phases of The Beacon School’s Light Givers Project were determined to be a success as participants were rewarded for their hard work. A special presentation was made to Beacon School students enrolled in the Light Givers Program at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) on Wednesday, December 6. Several male graduates…
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WGBYDA observes Environmental Awareness Day

JOE DARVILLE, Environment Activist

Bringing awareness to the need of protecting the environment, was the focus of the West Grand Bahama Youth Development Association (WGBYDA) Environmental Awareness Day, which was held recently under the theme, ‘The Environment and You.’ Guests and students of the Total Educational Center (TEC) were welcomed by Fred Delancy, WGBYDA Co-founder and President of the…
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72 candidates begin Phase I of GB Micro and Small Business Economic Empowerment Program

PHASE ONE – Phase I of the Grand Bahama Micro and Small Business Economic Empowerment Program has begun – December 4, 2017 – and will conclude on December 15, 2017. (Photo: Lisa Davis)

On the heels of the Official Launch Ceremony (November 24, 2017) by Dr. Hubert Minnis, Prime Minister; Senator Kwasi Thompson, Minister of State for Grand Bahama, in the Office of the Prime Minister and Michael Pintard, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, Phase I of the Grand Bahama Micro and Small Business Economic Empowerment Program…
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BDS encourages residents to give the gift of ‘red gold’

GIVE THE GIFT OF BLOOD – Valeria Burrows (left), Communications Director of the Rand Memorial Hospital (RHM)and Lededra Marche (right), President of the Blood Donors Society of Grand Bahama are encouraging residents to come out and support the organization this weekend during their blood drive at RMH. (Photo: Jenneva Russell)

Blood is ‘red gold’ in times of saving a life and the Blood Donors Society (BDS) of Grand Bahama invites the community to support the ‘Give the Gift of Life’ Blood Drive on Saturday, December 9, 2017 beginning 10:00 a.m. in the Rand Memorial Hospital foyer. Understanding all too well that the finest gesture anyone…
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